Star process: a narrative study of the educational potential of autobiography

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2010-03-04T22:46:23Z

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McBurney, William Kurt

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This inquiry explored the Star Process, a process for the practice of autobiography and living consciously; this process was created and developed by the author. This inquiry was an autobiographical exploration of the Star Process and autobiographical inquiry for the purposes of providing a solid foundation and framework for further study and development of the Star Process as a mode of autobiographical inquiry. The Star Process focuses on the identification of a Personal Philosophical Frame of Reference and the five key elements of Desire. Effort. Confidence, Knowledge, and Application and Responsibility for Knowledge Acquired (ARKA). This study was also an autobiographical exploration of the field of contemporary autobiographical inquiry with the goal of situating the author and the Star Process within the field of Curriculum studies and autobiographical inquiry.

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autobiography, self-perception

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