Her primary scientific interests are in Autoethnography, Ethnography, Psychoanalysis, Narrative and Epistemology. Her Autoethnography research is classified as research in Social science. Her Ethnography research includes elements of Art history, Reading and Visual arts.
Her Art history research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Social research, Subjectivity, Descriptive research and Politics. Her work in Visual arts addresses issues such as Value judgment, which are connected to fields such as Narrative inquiry. Her Psychoanalysis study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Social psychology and Personal narrative.
Carolyn Ellis spends much of her time researching Autoethnography, Ethnography, Narrative, Psychoanalysis and Social psychology. Her studies deal with areas such as Aesthetics, Qualitative research, Personal narrative and Visual arts as well as Autoethnography. Carolyn Ellis interconnects Epistemology, Gender studies, Social history and Media studies in the investigation of issues within Ethnography.
The Media studies study combines topics in areas such as Conversation and Terrorism. Carolyn Ellis works on Narrative which deals in particular with Narrative inquiry. Many of her studies on Psychoanalysis apply to The Holocaust as well.
Her primary areas of investigation include Autoethnography, Aesthetics, Session, Psychoanalysis and Ethnography. Her Autoethnography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Visual arts, Storytelling, Personal narrative, Qualitative research and Biography. Her Qualitative research study which covers Pedagogy that intersects with Set.
The concepts of her Aesthetics study are interwoven with issues in Subjectivity, Social psychology, Narrative, Gender studies and Reflexivity. In her study, Anthropology, Working class, Art history and Judaism is inextricably linked to The Holocaust, which falls within the broad field of Psychoanalysis. Her research in Ethnography intersects with topics in Epistemology, Accident and Media studies.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Autoethnography, Qualitative research, Psychoanalysis, Aesthetics and Storytelling. Her Autoethnography research includes themes of Media studies, Accident, Personal narrative and Visual arts. Carolyn Ellis focuses mostly in the field of Qualitative research, narrowing it down to matters related to Pedagogy and, in some cases, Set and Action.
Her Psychoanalysis study incorporates themes from Agency, Social psychology, The Holocaust and Luck. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Aesthetics, Identity politics is strongly linked to Reflexivity. Carolyn Ellis has researched Narrative in several fields, including Grief, Oral history, Dignity, Humility and Dialogical self.
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Autoethnography, Personal Narrative, Reflexivity: Researcher as Subject
Carolyn S Ellis;Arthur Bochner.
The Ethnographic I: A Methodological Novel about Autoethnography
Carolyn S Ellis.
Telling Secrets, Revealing Lives: Relational Ethics in Research With Intimate Others
Carolyn S Ellis.
Qualitative Inquiry (2007)
Autoethnography: An Overview
Carolyn Ellis;Tony E. Adams;Arthur P. Bochner.
Historical Social Research (2010)
Analyzing Analytic Autoethnography: An Autopsy
Carolyn S. Ellis;Arthur P. Bochner.
Journal of Contemporary Ethnography (2006)
Evocative Autoethnography: Writing Emotionally about Our Lives
Sociological Introspection and Emotional Experience
Carolyn S Ellis.
Symbolic Interaction (1991)
Ethnographically speaking : Autoethnography, Literature, and Aesthetics
Arthur P. Bochner;Carolyn Ellis.
Composing Ethnography: Alternative Forms of Qualitative Writing
Carolyn Ellis;Arthur P. Bochner.
Social Forces (1999)
Handbook of Autoethnography
Stacy Linn Holman Jones;Tony E Adams;Carolyn Ellis.
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