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Dr Jill Fenton Taylor's research interests lie with contemporary thinking around (auto) ethnography and practice.

Jill's work embraces understanding organisation as a multi-voice entanglement of storytelling practices and narrative discourses.

Current projects are focusing on forms of practitioner reflexivity as an approach to organizational change. These collaborative and transformative undertakings locate the researcher differently. Inquirers view themselves as sites for the research with readers being encouraged to come together, over topics people care about, by recalling and questioning their own story. A fluid text emerges to stimulate new perspectives as researchers, and their readers, come to see themselves differently though the eyes of another (Norris & Sawyer, 2016, p. 11)

Jill is supervising PhD students who are studying organisational ethnography. 


Norris, J. & Sawyer, R., (2016). Toward a Dialogic Methodology. In, J. Norris, R. Sawyer & D. Lund (Eds.), Duoethnography: Dialogic methods for social, health and educational research. New York, NY: Routledge.  



Education/Academic qualification

Communication, Doctor of Philosophy, The performance of meaning: An investigation of Corporate Culture Narratives, Arts and Education

Award Date: 09 May 2008

Communication, Master of Arts (Honours), Lost horizons: Discovering the story-telling organisation , Arts and Education

Award Date: 14 Apr 2000

Public Relations, Bachelor of Arts, RMIT University

Award Date: 08 Jun 1994


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