Title

Whose Story is it? An Auto Ethnography Concerning Narrative Identity

Presenter Information

Laetitia Zeeman

Location

Room 2078

Format Type

Paper

Start Date

January 2013

End Date

January 2013

Abstract

This paper begins by outlining the theoretical and methodological contexts for the use of autoethnographic short stories in the human sciences. This sets the scene for the second part of the paper, an autoethnographic short story based on the first author's memories of his early life. In part three, some of the significant issues raised in the story are discussed in relation to larger, co-evolving, social, cultural and therapeutic frameworks from a reflexive and narrative identity perspective.

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Whose Story is it? An Auto Ethnography Concerning Narrative Identity

Room 2078

This paper begins by outlining the theoretical and methodological contexts for the use of autoethnographic short stories in the human sciences. This sets the scene for the second part of the paper, an autoethnographic short story based on the first author's memories of his early life. In part three, some of the significant issues raised in the story are discussed in relation to larger, co-evolving, social, cultural and therapeutic frameworks from a reflexive and narrative identity perspective.