Following on from my previous blog post in this subject, I feel it is prudent to mention I’ve done significantly more research since this post, and have made steps towards my individual digital artefact. I have stuck with me ‘Tea across Asia’ series of short videos, but I believe I might add a short blog post to go alongside them to further explain my epiphanies and research.
As autoethnography suggests, it is the culmination of autobiographical research as well as ethnographical research. In Ellis’ (2011) overview of the ode of research he takes a look at what comprises each section of autoethnography, and I hope to emulate that in my own modes of research.
So, firstly, let’s take a look at:
An autobiography usually consists of writing about past experiences and stories that are personally relevant. It is more narrative than anything, a recount of a period of time…