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オートエスノグラフィー:批判的社会調査のための過程、成果と可能性

Autoethnography : Process, Product, and Possibility for Critical Social Research

Hughes, Sherick A.   Pennington, Julie L.

SAGE Publications, Inc 2016/10
272p.
出版国: US
ISBN: 9781483306766
eISBN: 9781483347165
KNPID: EY00112304
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Autoethnography: Process, Product, and Possibility for Critical Social Research by Sherick A. Hughes and Julie L. Pennington provides a short introduction to the methodological tools and concepts of autoethnography, combining theoretical approaches with practical “how to” information. Written for social science students, teachers, teacher educators, and educational researchers, the text shows readers how autoethnographers collect, analyze, and report data. With its grounding in critical social theory and inclusion of innovative methods, this practical resource will move the field of autoethnography forward.

Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
About the Authors
PART I • HISTORIES AND APPLICATIONS OF AUTOETHNOGRAPHY AS CRITICAL SOCIAL RESEARCH
Chapter 1. Autoethnography: Introduction and Overview
Focus Your Reading
Histories of Autoethnography
Defined Functions of Autoethnography Applied as Critical Social Research
Concluding Thoughts
Group Activity
Individual Activity
Sites for Students to Consider
Chapter 2. Mining and Priming Critical Social Theory for Autoethnography
Focus Your Reading
What Is Theory?
What Is Social Theory?
What Is Critical Social Theory?
Emergent Critical Social Theorizing in Autoethnography
Guidelines for Infusing Theory into Autoethnography
Concluding Thoughts
Individual Activity
Individual and Two-Person Group Activity
Sites for Students to Consider
PART II • DOING AUTOETHNOGRAPHY: FROM BRAINSTORMING TO GUIDING PROCESS
Chapter 3. First Guiding Process: Problematizing What You Know for New-Self Insight
Focus Your Reading
Theoretical Foundation
Designing Autoethnography: Problematizing Data Collection and Analysis Strategies
Deciding to Do Autoethnography: Problematizing a Linear Approach to Self-Exploration
Directing Autoethnography: Problematizing Uniformed Applications
Problematizing Ethics and Institutional Review Board Approval
Concluding Thoughts
Individual Activity
Individual and Group Activity
Sites for Students to Consider
Chapter 4. Second Guiding Process: Legitimizing Autoethnography With Three Approaches
Focus Your Reading
Theoretical Foundations of Legitimizing
Reflexivity
Three Approaches to Legitimizing Autoethnography
Concluding Thoughts
Group Activity
Individual Activity
Sites for Students to Consider
Chapter 5. Third Guiding Process: Synthesizing New-Self Insights With MICA
Focus Your Reading
What Is Qualitative Meta-Synthesis?
What Is Meta-Autoethnography?
Introducing MICA
Sample Application of the MICA Method
Synthesis as Translation: A Reciprocal Analogy
Concluding Thoughts
Group Activity
Individual Activity
Sites for Students to Consider
PART III • THE FUTURE OF AUTOETHNOGRAPHY: A PRISM OF POSSIBILITY
Chapter 6. The Possibility of Autoethnography as Critically Reflexive Action Research
Focus Your Reading
The Origins and Elements of CRAR
Selection Process for Autoethnography Literature to Consider as CRAR
Finding Autoethnographies Demonstrating CRAR
Applying the CRAR Checklist/Rubric to Laubscher and Powell
Applying the CRAR Checklist/Rubric to Hughes
Concluding Thoughts: Toward Communicative Competence and Communicative Praxis
Concluding Thoughts
Group Activity
Individual Activity
Sites for Students to Consider
Chapter 7. Anticipating the Future of Autoethnography as Critical Social Research
Focus Your Reading
Growth and Creativity, Yet Sustained Skepticism and Criticism
Taking Healthy Risks: Growth in Autoethnographic Dissertations
Addressing Gaps in Autoethnography for the Future of the Genre
Publishing Autoethnography: Journals and Academic Publishers
Toward an Evolving Online Reading List for Autoethnography
Appendixes
A. Autoethnography Data Representation: An Example
B. Sample Undergraduate Mini-Autoethnography Student Work
C. Sample Mini-Autoethnography Midterm Assignment— Undergraduate Level
D. Sample Syllabus for an Autoethnography Course—Graduate Level
Glossary
References
Index