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

Third Guiding Process : Synthesizing New-Self Insights With MICA

George Noblit

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  • Qualitative meta-synthesis is akin to quantitative meta-analysis, but there are key differences, including a focus on interpretation versus a focus on generalization and a focus on understanding relationships toward a better understanding of the topic of interest (i.e., how does interpreting X help with interpreting Y?) versus a focus on naming causal relationships (i.e., to what extent is X related to or causing Y?).
  • Meta-ethnography was developed and introduced by Noblit and Hare (1988) as a systematic way to explore what can be learned from multiple pieces of qualitative research by translating across them. Meta-ethnography offers at least three possibilities that pieces may work in relation to ...
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