Sally Denshire Charles Sturt University, Australia

Abstract: Autoethnography, an alternative method and form of writing, can make for uncomfortable reading. A transgressive account in the context of professional practice opens out a professional’s life, remaking power relations in the process. Relational ethics is an emerging growth area for autoethnographers, given the ethical implications for everyone represented in a transgressive telling. Future directions include fresh juxtapositions of layered autoethnographic texts and collaborative accounts that break with the self–other dichotomy. 

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