‘Reflexive’ thinking is a phrase which is often found alongside ‘autoethnography’. As Pitard 2017 (p.9-10) explains, there are two types: personal and epistemological, which are explained below.
In this blog post, I will be analysing my narrated experience (click to read) through the scopes of both personal and epistemological reflexivity.
Firstly, my original narrative experience lacks an integral step in my autoethnographic journey: a robust explanation of my cultural frame. So, I must acknowledge the cultural frame which shapes my values, experiences and assumptions, by answering questions posed by Pitard (2017 p. 10).
“What do I believe underpins my knowledge of life?”
I primarily interact with the world through my screens. My phone screens, laptop screens, self service screens – you name it…
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