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Critical Autoethnography and Intercultural Learning: Emerging Voices



Critical Autoethnography and Intercultural Learning shows how critical autoethnographic writing in a field such as intercultural education can help inform and change existing research paradigms. Engaging story-telling and insightful analysis from emerging scholars of diverse backgrounds and communities shows the impact of lived experience on teaching and learning.

Different areas of intercultural learning are considered, including language education; student and teacher mobilities; Indigenous education; backpacker tourism; and religious learning. The book provides a worked example of how critical autoethnography can help shift thinking within any discipline, and reflects critically upon the multidimensional nature of migrant teacher and learner identities.

This book will be essential reading for upper-level students of qualitative research methods, and on international education courses, including language education.


Stanley, P. (Ed.). (2020). Critical Autoethnography and Intercultural Learning: Emerging Voices. Abingdon: Routledge

Book Type Edited Book
Publication Date May 6, 2020
Deposit Date Jun 19, 2020
Publicly Available Date Nov 7, 2021
Publisher Routledge
ISBN 9780367234775
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Critical Autoethnography And Intercultural Learning, Chapter 1: The Journey (97 Kb)

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