[BCM 320] Autoethnographic Analysis? Aha!

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One of the most critical components of the autoethnographic method and product is arguably that of the researcher’s self-reflexivity and reflection upon their investigation and information. Indeed, in the words of Ellis et al,“Autoethnographers ask: ‘How useful is the story?’” (Ellis, 2010). As such, the following blog post will be an analysis of my own autoethnographic narrated experience, directed by some of the key tenants of the research methodology posited by Ellis et al in ‘Autoethnography: An Overview’ (2010).

Re-reading my earlier Blog Post, I can see where my upbringing as a white, Anglo-Saxon male has influenced my approach to and rationalisation of, my Digital Artefact and the scope it entails. As an individual educated in a mainstream primary and secondary schooling system, many of my opinions, attitudes and beliefs regarding music, art and culture have been strongly influenced by small-Australian-town norms, my peers and a majority mindset, and…

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