The interpretive autoethnography by Denzin (2014) described the interpretive autoethnography as a biographical study of life experiences and performance of a person. Using examplars, the author tried to connect the dots between lives, performance, the epiphany and its’ interpretation. It also explained strategies to conducting interpretive autoethnography. The book defined several genealogies of terms which helped to broaden the understanding of the explanation of process and performance in autoethnography. The book presented some of the pitfalls to avoid when conducting interpretive autoethnography. Defining several genealogies of terms, the book explained process and performance in autoethnographic study.
Interpretive Autoethnography, Process, Performance, Interpretive Inquiry
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Landu, V. (2014). Connecting the Dots: A Review of Norman K. Denzin's Interpretive Autoethnography. The Qualitative Report, 19(50), 1-4. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol19/iss50/3