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Title: Doing reflexivity: Moments of unbecoming and becoming
Author(s): Fox, Alison
Allan, Julie
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Keywords: methodology
professional doctorate
doctoral supervision
Issue Date: 2014
Date Deposited: 2-Aug-2013
Citation: Fox A & Allan J (2014) Doing reflexivity: Moments of unbecoming and becoming. International Journal of Research and Method in Education, 37 (1), pp. 101-112.
Abstract: This paper offers an account of a reflexive ‘trip' undertaken by a professional doctoral student and her supervisor. It presents a series of vignettes which offer an account of unbecomings and becomings encountered by the student. Making use of a dialogic approach in which the supervisor responds to the student, we suggest this method of data collection might offer an innovative approach which goes beyond simple recollection to enable a deeper level of reflexive action. In so doing, we have identified three lines along which reflexivity appears to have been practised: conceptual, ethical and performative. These expose reflexivity as partial, fragmented and dynamic.
DOI Link: 10.1080/1743727X.2013.787407
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