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Becoming Scholarly Writers: An Autoethnography of Three Emerging Scholars

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Two doctoral students and a new academic use autoethnography to reflect on their experiences as emerging scholars. Five themes are explored: developing mentor relationships, discovering and expressing one’s voice when writing, writing collaboratively, receiving and integrating constructive criticism, and using resources. Implications for adult education are also provided.

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Becoming Scholarly Writers: An Autoethnography of Three Emerging Scholars

Two doctoral students and a new academic use autoethnography to reflect on their experiences as emerging scholars. Five themes are explored: developing mentor relationships, discovering and expressing one’s voice when writing, writing collaboratively, receiving and integrating constructive criticism, and using resources. Implications for adult education are also provided.