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Autoethnographic Poems and Narrative Reflections: A Qualitative Study on the Death of a Companion Animal

Autoethnographic Poems and Narrative Reflections: A Qualitative Study on the Death of a Companion... This study explores the meaning of the death of a companion animal through autoethnographic poetry in conjunction with narrative reflections. This method expands the depth and scope of poetry in qualitative research by transforming expressive works into both the subject and product of inquiry. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal Of Family Social Work Taylor & Francis

Autoethnographic Poems and Narrative Reflections: A Qualitative Study on the Death of a Companion Animal

Journal Of Family Social Work , Volume 9 (4): 16 – Aug 14, 2006

Autoethnographic Poems and Narrative Reflections: A Qualitative Study on the Death of a Companion Animal

Journal Of Family Social Work , Volume 9 (4): 16 – Aug 14, 2006

Abstract

This study explores the meaning of the death of a companion animal through autoethnographic poetry in conjunction with narrative reflections. This method expands the depth and scope of poetry in qualitative research by transforming expressive works into both the subject and product of inquiry.

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Publisher
Taylor & Francis
Copyright
Copyright Taylor & Francis Group, LLC
ISSN
1540-4072
eISSN
1052-2158
DOI
10.1300/J039v09n04_03
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Abstract

This study explores the meaning of the death of a companion animal through autoethnographic poetry in conjunction with narrative reflections. This method expands the depth and scope of poetry in qualitative research by transforming expressive works into both the subject and product of inquiry.

Journal

Journal Of Family Social WorkTaylor & Francis

Published: Aug 14, 2006

Keywords: Companion animal death; narrative

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