Cinderella and Pandora's box - Autoethnographic Reflections on My Early Career Research Trajectory between Australia and China

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LU Jinjin

Rok publikování 2020
Druh Článek v odborném periodiku
Fakulta / Pracoviště MU

Pedagogická fakulta

Klíčová slova auto-ethnography; cultural identities; Chinese education; narrative inquiry
Popis In the last decade, the world has witnessed significant changes in terms of economic, educational, and cultural development both inside and outside China, creating valuable opportunities to better understand the cultural stereotypes Asians and Westerners have regarding each other. In this paper, I examine my immigrant experiences as a female, bilingual early-career researcher in multilingual and multicultural environments and my subsequent re-entry into China to work as a leading researcher within a span of ten years. My series of auto-ethnographic dialogues between a cast of characters, in which they recall experiences, perceptions, and emotions, provides readers with ample opportunities to actively respond to the text. Through this autoethnographic memoir and performance, I hope to contribute to new directions for narrative research in intercultural contexts.
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