Sub vs. Dub

Zac T McCall

In class this week we spent time reading and listening to a handful of our classmates first attempts at auto-ethnographic reflections, based on our experiences last week with Godzilla for the most part. We were challenged to highlight the ‘primary narrative’ that is being told in our posts and find ways to expand and further these discoveries. This gave me mixed feelings as it showed just how much more effort some of my classmates put into the formatting of their posts then I do, but definitely highlighted some new ways at approaching auto-ethnographic research.

So after looking back through my post from last week it is clear that the primary narrative being told was the level of engagement in the text after overcoming the challenge of reading subtitles while fully taking in what is happening in scenes. I still stand by this view and I completely understand this being seen…

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