Author: sarahfrazerr

Young science communicator, studying a double degree of a bachelor of Science and a bachelor of Media Studies and Communication.

Genetically Modified Opinions

To start off blog post #2, I’d like to say that I’m sorry. In reading my last post I realized that I have become part of the problem of science communication. While discussing the issue of GMOs, I never actually properly explained what they are, and why people may- but probably shouldn’t- be afraid of […]

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Science time- An Autoethnographic Perspective

In my last attempt at autoethnography, I spent more time trying to come to terms with the methodology- trust me, it took me a while- then I did interpreting my experience with the text. In order to address that in this experience, I will make very little mention of Ellis, other than to highlight that […]

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Tearing Down my Autoethnographic Experience — A Minute in the Life

I’m not going to lie- I was reluctant to start this post. Every time I look and the word “autoethnography” and tiny alarm sounds in my brain. I understand that it is a useful tool for breaking down the world around me, allowing a unique while still relevant recount of my experience with Asian culture. […]

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Autoethnography and The State of Play

As a Science based student myself, I find comfort in the openness of Autoethnography as a research practise. The futility of social science and psychology’s attempts to create research as unbiased as you would find in the realm of physics and chemistry is quite frustrating to watch. Autoethnography acknowledges that as long as you’re studying […]

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