Reflexivity as a Process for Coming Into Knowing

  • Karen McGarry University of Cincinnati
Keywords: becoming, intentionality, knowing, reflection, reflexivity

Abstract

Acting reflexively implies a “self-critical and self-conscious stance” (Glass, 2015, p. 555) of recognizing myself within a research process as an intentional participant-practitioner of generating knowledge. This article attempts to reveal visual evidence across a landscape of textual references and material implementations as a process of the what and how of knowing. My aim is to affirm the intentionality of my reflexive praxis as a way of knowing and becoming through committed intertextual inquiry and discovery.

Published
2019-05-31
How to Cite
McGarryK. (2019). Reflexivity as a Process for Coming Into Knowing. LEARNing Landscapes, 12(1), 155-170. https://doi.org/10.36510/learnland.v12i1.985