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  1. I couldn’t figure out how to comment on your blog, so here will have to do instead.
    I think your struggle of depicting the difference of an autoethnography vs. an autobiography is a very interesting point that im sure a lot of students struggle with as well. With your broad linguistic skills, it also seems like your perspectives on the cultural differences would be quite unique and interesting to read. Many people enjoyed my blog post about Akira because I have been to Japan before and was able to discuss many socio-cultural norms that Akira both did and didn’t address. So sticking with your broad cultural knowledge for any other autoethnographic assessments would be a good choice! As Ellis says too, providing that thick description of the cultural differences would very engaging!

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