Eljee JavierUniversity of Manchester (United Kingdom)
 English language teaching  Native vs. Non-native  Race and the Native speaker VEM-NEST definition Resear...
RESEARCH QUESTIONS METHODOLOGY How do visible ethnic  Written narratives minority, native En...
The extent to which the researcher discloses aspectsof their background and/or experience that potentially affects the...
PREVIOUS MA STUDY CURRENT PhD STUDY Partial reveal  Sharing my narrative Linguisti...
 What kinds of insight would I hope to get from participants who are unaware of what we share? What are the im...
Previous MA PhD study Study Partially revealed Sharing personallinguistic and racial n...
 To what extent is it necessary to disclose background information and/or personal experience of the researcher?...
eljeejavier@hotmail.com
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Narrative Matters 2010 Presentation

Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Transcripts - Narrative Matters 2010 Presentation

  • 1. Eljee JavierUniversity of Manchester (United Kingdom)
  • 2.  English language teaching  Native vs. Non-native  Race and the Native speaker VEM-NEST definition Research focus  Professional Identities of VEM-NESTs
  • 3. RESEARCH QUESTIONS METHODOLOGY How do visible ethnic  Written narratives minority, native English speaking teachers (VEM- NESTs), who are working in  Oral interview narratives an EFL context, view themselves as teachers? What are the factors that contribute to how VEM- NESTs create their professional and personal identity?
  • 4. The extent to which the researcher discloses aspectsof their background and/or experience that potentially affects the relationship with their participants
  • 5. PREVIOUS MA STUDY CURRENT PhD STUDY Partial reveal  Sharing my narrative Linguistic and ethnic  Experience as well as background linguistic and ethnic  1st narrative as example background  2nd narrative as example To encourage participants  To encourage similar as to share their stories with well as contrasting someone “like them” narratives
  • 6.  What kinds of insight would I hope to get from participants who are unaware of what we share? What are the implications of how I position myself to/with my participants for data generation? For obtaining consent? Etc. Is it ethical to hide from them what I share with them?
  • 7. Previous MA PhD study Study Partially revealed Sharing personallinguistic and racial narrative with background participants IncreasingLimited reflexivity reflexivity inin narrative study narrative study (???)
  • 8.  To what extent is it necessary to disclose background information and/or personal experience of the researcher? When is it appropriate to disclose this information? Why is it necessary?
  • 9. eljeejavier@hotmail.com