In the second of the Theses Review series Dr Donna Henson reviews the work of Elizabeth Revell. ‘This thesis presents an interesting and thoughtful autoethnographic inquiry into the manifestation of race in everyday communication interactions in New Zealand. An uncommon choice of both topic and method in the local communication disciplinary context, Revell presents a partial collaborative autoethnographic approach to the study that entails the reflexive analysis of qualitative data drawn from solicited participant diaries, semi-structured interviews and focus groups.’
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Henson, D. (2015). Thesis review: The manifestation of race in everyday communication interactions in New Zealand by E. Revell [Review of the Thesis The manifestation of race in everyday communication interactions in New Zealand by E. Revell]. ePress Theses Review Series (2).
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Unitec ePress periodically features overviews of recently completed, unpublished postgraduate research in a wide variety of disciplines. Reviews provide a summary of the author’s main arguments, the conceptual and theoretical framework in which the author operates, and the main source bases for his or her research. The reviews also assess how the research will advance or challenge our understanding
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