Analysing my Narrated Experience

Zoe Majstorovic

When analysing my narrated experience in the third blog post I realised I tended to ramble on a bit too much. I was so focused on talking about my history with Digital Asia instead of talking about my topic and products I plan to use in this assessment.

Drawing on the Ellis et al work, I explored the characteristics of an autobiography and ethnography. I explained my own personal history of Digital Asia, even though I rambled on for a while. Although I talked about my own personal experience, I don’t still live through those experiences. I almost tried to more document the experience I’ve had instead of living throughout the account. Yet I explored the ethnography by talking about the values and beliefs my friend and I had towards the Thai culture. Nin helped me to better understand and respect her culture, unlike most of the people in our…

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