Books tagged: autoethnography

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Experimentum
Pre-release—available September 2, 2016. Price: $3.99 USD. Language: English. Categories: Nonfiction » Social Science » Sociology, Nonfiction » Social Science » Media studies
I've written and assembled these research notes from my two-year study into media susceptibility as a result of experiencing nearly six years of group stalking, harassment and defamation which began during my overseas travels. Being defamed online and seeing real-life behavioural changes in people’s interactions with me, I investigated the effect of mass media messages on human malleability.
My Cannibalized Self: An Autoethnography. Biliteracy Development in Japanese Heritage Language Study
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 97,170. Language: English. Published: June 1, 2016 by ftochon@deepuniversity.net. Categories: Nonfiction » Language Instruction » Japanese
My Cannibalized Self: An Autoethnography is the author's personal narrative of how he worked to become bilingual and biliterate in Japanese, his heritage language. This conception of bilingualism, biculturalism, and biliteracy development offers an appreciation for the linguistic and cultural heritage of heritage speakers, and an understanding of the obstacles faced by many heritage speakers.
The Lived Experiences: Commuter, Teacher, Vendor
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 6,140. Language: English. Published: April 12, 2016. Categories: Nonfiction » Social Science » Ethnic studies, Nonfiction » Inspiration » Personal inspiration
This is a qualitative, auto-ethnographic research in three (3) distinct roles: commuter, teacher and vendor
Plug-in and Live: Voices from the Digital Natives
Price: Free! Words: 25,620. Language: English. Published: March 18, 2013. Categories: Essay » Technology, Nonfiction » Social Science » Sociology
Plug-in and Live: Voices from the Digital Natives is a collection of essays by 7 college students at Concord University. Through their guided examination of the cultural context of technology, video gaming culture, and social media, they share what it is like to be a digital native in the US. Compiled by Dr. Alecea Standlee, these essays provide a glimpse into the techno world of college students.