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Title Doing autoethnography / edited by Sandra L. Pensoneau-Conway, Tony E. Adams and Derek M. Bolen ; foreword by Carolyn Ellis and Arthur P. Bochner.
Imprint Rotterdam : Sense Publishers, [2017]

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Subject Ethnology -- Authorship.
Alt Name Pensoneau-Conway, Sandra L.,
Adams, Tony E.,
Bolen, Derek M.,
Ellis, Carolyn, 1950-
Bochner, Arthur P.,
Description 1 online resource (ix, 232 pages)
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents A DIFFERENT PLACEMESSINESS -- BOTH OF USa#x80;#x94;BOTH/AND -- REFERENCES -- 7. MY BODY KNOWS THINGS -- INCITING INCIDENT -- INTRODUCTION -- CULTURAL REPRESENTATION/MEANING MAKING -- PERFORMATIVE AUTOETHNOGRAPHY: STRAND ONE -- DANCE AS INQUIRY: STRAND TWO -- BLACK FEMINISM: STRAND THREE -- PERFORMATIVE AUTOETHNOGRAPHY: STRAND ONE -- DANCE AS INQUIRY: STRAND TWO -- BLACK FEMINISM: STRAND THREE -- REFERENCES -- 8. LEARNING HOW TO BE A MAN THE HARD WAY: An Exploration into the Dissolution and Reunification of Masculine Identities -- AT MY DESK: PART ONE
TABLE OF CONTENTS -- FOREWORD -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- 1. DOING AUTOETHNOGRAPHY -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- 2. BITTER SWEET(WATER): Autoethnography, Relational Ethics, and the Possible Perpetuation of Stereotypes -- METHOD -- STEREOTYPES OF BLACK WOMEN -- ETHICAL STRATEGIES -- INSIDER ETHICS -- BLACKGIRL AUTOETHNOGRAPHY -- WHAT THIS PROJECT REINFORCED ABOUT AUTO/ETHNOGRAPHIC ETHICS -- REFERENCES -- 3. THE CONSUMED SELF: Understanding the Stories I Cannot Have -- SATURATED BULLYING SELVES -- LOOKING INTO THE MIRROR -- AWARENESS INTERRUPTED -- NOTES
AT THE PODIUM: PART ONELEARNING MANHOOD: PART ONE -- AT MY DESK: PART TWO -- TAKING THE PODIUM: PART TWO -- AT MY DESK: PART THREE -- TAKING THE PODIUM: PART THREE -- LEARNING MANHOOD: PART THREE -- AT MY DESK: PART FOUR -- TAKING THE PODIUM: PART FOUR -- LEARNING MANHOOD: PART FOUR -- AT MY DESK: PART FIVE -- TAKING THE PODIUM: PART FIVE -- AT MY DESK: PART SIX -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- 9. MAKING A BIG DEAL OUT OF NOTHING: Patriarchy, White Supremacy, and Teacher Preeminence -- REFERENCES
10. HIT HIM AGAIN: An Autoethnography of Violence and MasculinityREFERENCES -- 11. GOING HOME: Alienating Emotional Relational Talk with Brecht-olage -- BERTOLT BRECHT + BRICOLAGE -- a#x80;#x9C;FACEBOOK POSTSa#x80;#x9D;a#x80;#x94;OBJECTIVE ANALYSIS OF CHARACTERS -- Freeze! -- a#x80;#x9C;GUNSa#x80;#x9D;a#x80;#x94;ROLE REVERSAL -- Freeze! -- #BLACKLIVESMATTERa#x80;#x94;ASKING WHAT SHOULD FOLLOW -- Freeze! -- DEBRIEFING AND CONCLUDING -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- 12. LOST IN HOPE: (De)constructing Hope in a#x80;#x9C;Missing Persona#x80;#x9D; Discourses -- HOPE: THE LIMINALITIES OF LIFE AND LOSS -- SEARCHING FOR MEANING
Summary In 2011, Doing Autoethnography-the first conference to focus solely on autoethnographic principles and practices-was held in chilly Detroit, Michigan on the campus of Wayne State University. The conference has since occurred four additional times (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016). Across the five conferences, thousands of attendees from more than ten countries have participated in hundreds of presentations, more than a dozen workshops, and multiple keynote addresses. The chapters in this collection represent outstanding work from the five conferences. Together, authors interrogate autoethnography ethically, theoretically, relationally, and methodologically. Readers will encounter many overlapping themes: identity norms and negotiations; experiences tied to race, gender, sexuality, size, citizenship, and dis/ability; exclusion and belonging; oppression, injustice, and assault; barriers to learning/education; and living with/in complicated relationships. Some chapters provide clear resolutions; others seemingly provide none. Some authors highlight conventionally positive aspects of experience; others dwell in what might be understood as relational darkness. Some experiences will likely resonate with many readers; others will feel unique, unusual, exceptional. In its entirety, the collection will take readers on an evocative, reflexive, and insightful journey.
ISBN 9789463511582 (electronic bk.)
946351158X (electronic bk.)
9789463511568
ISBN/ISSN 99974869315
OCLC # 1004225456
Additional Format Print version: Doing autoethnography. Rotterdam, The Netherlands : Sense Publishers, 2017 ix, 232 pages 9789463511568.


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