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Writing In The Sand

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  • 1. WRITING IN THE SAN/D: AUTOETHNOGRAPHY AMONG INDIGENOUS SOUTHERN AFRICANS
  • 2. San/d San People “Bushmen” Sand of the Kalahari Deset
  • 3.  
  • 4.  
  • 5. Research Purpose/Questions
    • To examine observer – observed relations (dependency, inclusion/exclusion, borders & othering)
    • To examine methodological issues of narratives
    • To examine the construction of meaning
    • To question ethics
    • Issues of possession, poverty, ontology
  • 6. Theoretical Framework
    • Visual Anthropology
    • Applied Cultural Studies
    • Experience of specific/local offers a prism to address general/global issues (pg. 1)
  • 7. METHODOLOGY
  • 8. Autoethnography
    • Narratives illustrate shift from theory to experience
    • From impersonal text to reflexive expression
    • “ empathetically understood creatively engaged by subjects who appreciate the symbolic value of being included in someone’s life story” (21)
  • 9. Data Collection Methods
    • Participant observer
    • Field notes
    • Observation
    • Interviews
    • Filming
    • photography
  • 10. Data Analysis Methods
    • Each interpreted the same setting & situations differently
  • 11. Findings/Conclusions
  • 12. Personal Reactions/Critique
    • Heather
    • Tourism
    • Stereotypes
    • Ch. 4
    • Jody