A Reflexive Autoethnographic Fragment: Epiphany in a Milkfloat
Keywords:reflexivity, autoethnography, life history, storytelling, education
In 'A Reflexive Autoethnographic Fragment: Epiphany in a Milk Float', David Turner uses autoethnographic writing to begin to reflexively consider how his life history might have led him to an interest in a particular topic of study that he was about to embark on as part of research on the development of expertise in sports coaching, associated with a Professional Doctorate in Education course.
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