Spatializing my Researcher Identity in Higher Education
My autoethnography highlights my research trajectory and the construction of my researcher identity in higher education. I employ the Currere method to explore my research experiences through space and time. In narrating the process of my research development, I emphasized in three different places: Australia, the U.S., and Ambon where I studied my master's degree and doctoral degree, and return to work.
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