Ethical quandaries in personal storytelling for teaching and research
Keywords:Storytelling in education, Personal narrative, Oral narrative, Autobiographical storytelling, Memoir
“Triptych,” a reflection in poetic form, does not provide or ponder easy solutions to ethical dilemmas in personal storytelling (true personal stories shared in classrooms and/or performed in public forums), but illuminates a few issues tellers, teachers, and researchers may encounter as they strive to nurture and develop true stories that give voice to a diversity of lived experiences.
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