“What the Hell Does Kuromukuro Mean?”- Dubs vs Subs Part 2

  Two weeks ago I provided an autoethnographic account of the Netflix original series Kuromukuro, as well as introducing my autoethnographic methodology in recording my live responses via Twitter. If you missed either of these links are provided: Here: https://jessemaxmuir.wordpress.com/2016/09/04/dubs-vs-subs-an-introduction/ And Here: https://storify.com/jessemaxmuir/kuromukuro Now as much fun as this was, recording my reactions only became half of… Read More “What the Hell Does Kuromukuro Mean?”- Dubs vs Subs Part 2

Gaming, Culture, and Korea- looking back at State of Play

A couple of weeks ago I had posted my own introduction to the concept of Autoethnography, as well as my personal interpretations towards South Korean Gaming documentary State of Play. Despite further research and investigation to the concept my understanding of autoethnography has remained relatively unchanged in following Ellis, Adams and Bochner definition as: “an approach… Read More Gaming, Culture, and Korea- looking back at State of Play

State of Mind- An Autoethographic Response to Korean Gaming Documentary, State of Play

In first hearing the term ‘autoethnography’ I had two main thoughts: A) that this word has way too many syllables to be learning at 9:30 in the morning, and B) I really hope this is the study of autobots (sick transformers reference Jesse). Alas, my hopes and dreams were dashed with no reference to Optimus… Read More State of Mind- An Autoethographic Response to Korean Gaming Documentary, State of Play