I have completed my Analyzing Vietnamerica assignment. This assignment took me long time because of the random order of the novel. Also, the article on autoethnography was very lengthy. I hope you enjoy it. You can read about the original assignment here.
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I have published my Analyzing Vietnamerica project. I found that this was the most time consuming project that we had this semester. I had to first read the Carolyn Ellis essay several times to understand what an autoethnography was and then decide if Vietnamerica was one. After deciding that Vietnamerica was an autoethnography, I had to develop an argument with examples from Vietnamerica. This part was difficult because Vietnamerica is extremely confusing. If you would like to read my argument visit the project here.
Analyzing Vietnamerica was no easy task. Aside from the fact that the story is dense and hard to follow, I was relatively unfamiliar with the term ‘autoethnography.’ We had spoken about it some in class, but still found that I had some confusion. Ellis, Adams and Bochner’s essay helped to further comprehend what it is. It is finally done! Hope you like it. Click here to access the guidelines to the project.
This Analyzing Vietnamerica project was definitely pretty challenging especially since I never knew what an autoethnography was before this class. I worked really hard on this project and it took me a while to come up with a thesis for what to talk about, but it’s finally done so I hope you guys enjoy! Click here for the link to the assignment.
I just completed my analyzing Vietnamerica submission and I am exhausted! I’m also not sure if we’re supposed to send out a post to indicate we’re done, but if anyone would like to check it out it is right here.
For this Sunday Funnies 9, I made a construction chart of a strawberry banana smoothie.
For this week’s Sunday Funny, I disassembled my phone in order show each of its parts.