Duoethnography. Understanding qualitative research & Duoethnography: Promoting personal and societal change within dialogic self-­‑study

Authors

  • Pauline Sameshima Lakehead University

Keywords:

duoethonography, qualitative method

Abstract

The following review serves two purposes: 1) it focuses on a pair of remarkable books on the methodological process of duoethnography; and 2) it provides an example of how this qualitative method expands the boundaries of curriculum studies in dialogic conversation and life writing, bringing forward critical structures of teaching and learning through research method.

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Published

08-08-2013

How to Cite

Sameshima, P. (2013). Duoethnography. Understanding qualitative research & Duoethnography: Promoting personal and societal change within dialogic self-­‑study. Journal of the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies, 11(1), 174–190. Retrieved from https://jcacs.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/jcacs/article/view/37004

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Book Reviews / Recensions