If you have been following my blog for the last couple of months, you may be aware of the fact that I have taken it upon myself to learn the Korean language. I have blog post explaining the initial idea here and and update of my progress here.
Ellis begins to describe autoethnography as an approach to research and writing that seeks to describe and analyse personal experience in order to understand cultural experience (Ellis, 2011). For my digital artefact I engaged with autoethnographic research by learning the Korean language through the mobile app Duolingo and to communicate my personal experience of engaging with the language I vlogged the process and uploaded it onto YouTube.
As autoethnographers not only try to make personal experience meaningful and cultural experience engaging, but also, by producing accessible texts, they may be able to reach wider and more diverse mass audiences that…
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