Narratives and Ethnography and Me… Oh My!

Week 1:

Week one had us reading a handful of introductory research.  As I sit here, I cannot help but determine the importance of self-narratives and autoethnographies based on those writings.  This importance becomes highly evident while reading, Chang’s work entitled “Autoethnography.”

 

“Authoethnography” explains that an ethnography is research that describes cultural customs, conducted by “auto” meaning self.  After all, Ball State believes firmly in immersive learning.  What better way to learn than to do?

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