La Multimetodología autobiográfica extendida y los fondos de identidad

The main goal of this article is to illustrate a way of detecting identity foundations in people using extended autobiographical multi-methodology as a qualitative approach that combines different techniques to study the narrative construction of identity. There are four groups of techniques: 1) in-depth interviews; 2) the revised self-portrait technique; 3) the analysis of artifacts, routines and ways of living, and 4) “psycho-geographical maps.” “Identity foundations” are understood as a set of resources (toolbox) that have been historicallyaccumulated, culturally developed and socially distributed and transmitted, which are essential for defining and presenting oneself. Two examples are provided that illustrate how to use this methodological approach to achieve the aforementioned objective. In conclusion, the study recommends taking into account the explicit and implicit, underlying cultural forces involved in constructing human identity ​
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