aIt is time to chart a new coursea, writes Norman K. Denzin in Interpretive Autoethnography, Second Edition. aI want to turn the traditional life story, biographical project into an interpretive autoethnographic project, into a critical, performative practice, a practice that begins with the biography of the writer and moves outward to culture, discourse, history, and ideology.a Drawing on C. Wright Mills, Sartre, and Derrida, Denzin lays out the key assumptions, terms, and parameters of autoethnography, provides a guide to using and studying personal experience, and considers the dilemmas and political implications of textualizing a life. He weaves his narrative through family stories, and concludes with thoughts concerning a performance-centered pedagogy and the directions, concerns, and challenges for autoethnography.Narrating the closet: An autoethnography ofsame-sex attraction. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press. Adams, T. E., aamp; Jones, S. H. (2008). Autoethnography is queer. In N. K. ... Review essay of aLa#39;illusion biographiquea by Pierre Bourdieu.
|Author||:||Norman K. Denzin|
|Publisher||:||SAGE Publications - 2013-10-24|