Autoethnographies of Educators Learning and Teaching With/In [Dis]ability
Chapter 1: Why Autoethnography? by Phil Smith
“… all ethnography, is self-ethnography” (Goldschmidt, 1977, p. 294).
“I am an instrument of my inquiry: and the inquiry is inseparable from who I am” (Louis, 1991, p. 365).
“Stories are gifts” (Goodall, 2002, p. 386).
“There is always a story going on” (Stein, 1935, p. 118).
“I am part of the story” (Dillow, 2009, p. 1345).
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