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Leaving London: Three Autoethnographic Sketches

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In this essay, I use autoethnographic sketching (Rambo, 2007) to explore the experience of arriving at and withdrawing from the London School of Economics and its impact on my life and work. I especially draw on the importance of close relationships with family, which helped me cope with and overcome limitations associated with my physical disability, cerebral palsy, as I work toward personal and professional fulfillment. It is my hope that these words will motivate others to better cope with and overcome challenges in pursuit of their goals.
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Keywords: Autoethnographic sketching; autoethnography; cerebral palsy

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Communication Department, Coker College, Hartsville, South Carolina, USA

Publication date: July 3, 2016

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