My Autoethnographic experience

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BCM320 was a confronting subject for me. It interested me due to the technological advancements a lot of Asia hold over the western world, however having to essentially perform a study of myself and my own experiences isn’t something I’m particularly familiar with.

Because of this, the first few weeks of the subject were essentially a learning experience for me, discovering how to reflect on my own experiences and compare them to a culture being represented on screen through our live-tweeting experiences.

I was certainly no expert, but I did manage to find a way to compare experiences from my own life to those being shown on screen, and interact with my classmates through the hashtag during the live-tweeting exercises.

By the time our viewing switched to Akira, a film I had previously…

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