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This paper offers an extensive guide for researchers who wish to pay greater
attention to the reflexivity in their own research. The author provides an example of
self-observation and critical self-reflection of her own involvement in the process
of doing research and being part of the moment of co-shaping (new) knowledge.
The work focuses on the educational experiences of women placed in the context
of their lifelong experience, women’s learning through shared experience, and the
role of cultural context in these processes. A non-standard structure was used,
in which analysis of the author’s own experiences is interwoven with analysis of
the biographies of the women studied, and the researcher’s individual analysis
is compared with the group analysis among other women. The aim is to present
an interpretive perspective of feminist ethnography on these experiences and
emphasizes the role of informal learning through experiencing relationships in
everyday life, including through art.

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Luraschi, S. (2021). Going back to School. An Interpretative Analysis of a Dialogical Interview with Adult Women during the Pandemic. Teraźniejszość – Człowiek – Edukacja, 23(2(90), 69-87. https://doi.org/10.34862/tce/2021/10/26ha7e-s580

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