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Reflecting on my Autoethnography — Eric Blogs

In my previous blog (linked here), I went through how Japanese animation/anime is used as a means of soft power. I gave my insight and perspective on this matter, reflecting on my own experiences creating an autoethnographic study. In this blog, I will be expanding on my previous blog and what I have discovered from […]

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Autoethnography — Eric Blogs

Autoethnography is stated by Carolyn Ellis, “Autoethnography is an approach to research and writing that seeks to describe and systematically analyze personal experience in order to understand cultural experience. This approach challenges canonical ways of doing research and representing others and treats research as a political, socially-just and socially-conscious act” (Ellis 2010). In other words, […]

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Screening 1 – The Host (2006) — Eric Blogs

During the live tweeting screening of The Host (2006), in the University of Wollongong Subject BCM320 (Digital Asia). I personally observed how Director of The Host Bong Joon-ho portrayed the monsters horror and impact on the film, despite its lackluster CGI model. Most of the time viewers can pick out bad CGI, leading them to get distracted from the […]

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