Who am I? An autoethnographic exploration of identity via travel

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  • My travel is an existential mirror, reflecting back to me fragments of my identity. The purpose of this autoethnographic study is to explore how cultural issues play a part in my experiences as a traveller, and in turn how I use my experiences as a traveller to form my personal identity. In this paper I present story vignettes comprised of real moments of my past travel experiences and discuss theory in an effort to offer critical analysis as related to the question of identity, specifically privilege and gender. I conclude by offering possible sociological links for the reader to consider.

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    Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International