This autoethnography highlights the subjective nature of narrative research and illustrates the ways in which both micro and macro forces impact the research process. Through this article, I present a research tapestry in which the experiences, perspectives and stories of the participants weave together with my own experiences, perspectives and stories. I draw from my dissertation research, a narrative inquiry focused on the experiences of Haitian educational leaders working to create systemic change after the 2010 earthquake.
Autoethnography, Narrative Inquiry, Subjectivity, Haiti, Qualitative Research, Narrative Research, Reflexivity, Positionality
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Colket, L. (2020). A Research Tapestry: Stories Woven into Stories. The Qualitative Report, 25(3), 758-768. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol25/iss3/13