(Apologies for late posting, forgot to publish)
I’m coming into terms with the challenging nature yet importance of conducting a Autoethnographic study. Its difficult in the sense that since high school we’ve been taught to remove as much subjectivity as possible, to avoid bias and to always avoid using first person. Yet, text can never be free from the author’s views and contextual background. Its important to consider how as researchers, we developed this hypothesis, methodology, initial interest and whether there is any possible conflicting interests. There’s a whole other side that we emit and only through auto-ethnography can we generate this expansion of reflection and clarification.
Revisiting my initial thoughts on Godzilla(1954). I want to focus on two key self-observations: 1. Interest in its production 2. Annoyance at female character portrayal
I grew up at a time when special effects generated by computers were normal. Almost anything imaginable could/would be able to be rendered through digital drawings…
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