BCM320 Updated – Hello, my Twenties!

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To understand this, you may like to read my previous post here to be able to follow along better! In my previous post was narrated experience collecting data with the Korean drama series “Hello, My Twenties” to begin my autoethnography.  Ellis describes “autoethnography is an approach to research and writing that seeks to describe and systematically analyse (graphy) personal experience (auto) in order to understand cultural experience”.

For my data collection, I used live tweeting. It allowed me to document key epiphanies in my chosen field site of Netflix. Epiphanies are self-claimed phenomena (Ellis 2011) that help the viewer process the content.

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As a method, autoethnography combines characteristics of autobiography and ethnography (Ellis 2011).  To understand my experience with Korean drama I am using the methodology of narrative autoethnography because “the power to seduce us into new ways of seeing the world”(Berger, 2001)

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