Autoethnography: Writing Lives and Telling Stories

Authors

  • Bal Chandra Luitel Kathmandu University School of Education, Department of STEAM Education, Nepal
  • Niroj Dahal Kathmandu University School of Education, Department of STEAM Education, Nepal

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51474/jrtp.v2i1.530

Keywords:

Autoethnography. Narrative. Vignette. Critical. Storytelling.

Abstract

Autoethnography covers a wide range of narrative representations, thereby bridging the gap of the boundaries by expressing autoethnographers’ painful and gainful lived experiences. These representations arise from local stories, vignettes, dialogues, and role plays by unfolding action, reaction, and interaction in the form of self-narration. Likewise, the autoethnographic texts must exhibit the autoethnographers’ critical reflections on the overall process of the inquiry. These exhibitions shall alert the autoethnographers’ research ethics, reflexivity, alternative modes of representation, inquiry, and storytelling. The original articles in this issue that rises from the domain of critical social theories within the various ranges of theoretical perspectives include journeying through informing, reforming, and transforming teacher education; critical ethnographic research tradition; a critical and political reading of the excerpts of myths; climate change education and its interface with indigenous knowledge and general traits of the participants as transformed teachers.

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Published

2021-06-30

How to Cite

Luitel, B. C., & Dahal, N. (2021). Autoethnography: Writing Lives and Telling Stories. Journal of Transformative Praxis, 2(1), 1-7. https://doi.org/10.51474/jrtp.v2i1.530

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Editorial

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