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Contents:Foreword by Arthur P. Bochner1. Family Secrets2. Accidental Ethnography3. Dreaming Autoethnography4. Out of the Shadows5. Evoking Archetypal Themes in an Ethnographic Life6. The Storied Life and the Courage to ConnectEpilogueReferencesIndexAbout the Author
Christopher N. Poulos is Associate Professor of Communication Studies at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro. An ethnographer and philosopher of communication, he teaches courses in family and relational communication, dialogue, ethnography, film studies, and rhetoric. His work has appeared in Qualitative Inquiry, American Communication Journal, Southern Communication Journal, Cultural Studies: A Research Volume, and in the books 9/11 in American Culture, Spirituality, Action, & Pedagogy: Teaching from the Heart, and Spirituality, Action, and Teaching: Stories from Within.
'What makes this book's applications unique is their ability to make students, including those of us who think of ourselves as lifelong learners, to think on a higher level of reflective engagement...what you have in your hands a truly remarkable story that will engage, I have no doubt, your most creative and intellectual energies.' H. L. Goodall, Jr., Arizona State University