Analytic Autoethnography

  • Anderson L
  • Austin J
  • Hickey A
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Abstract

Autoethnography has largely been deployed in formal therapeutic situations, with its potential for application in general personal and professional development only now emerging. Autoethnography presents valuable opportunities for application in situations requiring a connection between self-understanding and broader socialization processes. This paper explores the nature of autoethnographic approaches to research, including various methodological issues pertaining to Self as data-source, and describes initial outcomes of a research project aimed at illuminating procedural and epistemological issues attached to the use of autoethnography in teacher education and professional development situations. The importance of excavating Self and identity through the autoethnographic process is highlighted with the paper drawing upon examples from practice to illustrate possibilities for the deployment of agency through critical analyses of Self.

Author-supplied keywords

  • Autoethnography
  • Conscientisation
  • Critical Pedagogy
  • IDENTITIES
  • Memory work
  • STORY
  • TEACHERS
  • Teacher Education
  • analytic ethnography
  • autoethnography
  • cultural identity
  • his roles as chickasaw
  • learning
  • method of autoethnography
  • native american
  • qualitative research
  • teacher Development
  • the researcher uses the
  • to more deeply understand
  • transformative

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Authors

  • L. Anderson

  • Jon Austin

  • Andrew Hickey

  • J. a. Banks

  • Heidi Biseth

  • Ashley Brennan

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