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In this case it allows the exploration of my personal experiences in the academy as I move through multiple sociocultural categories. I align with the beliefs of Richardson and Loubier (2008, p. 143), that ‘people live multiple, layered identities derived from social relations, history, and the operation of structured power. My identity is based within the notion of being a teacher educator. For a teacher educator, identity is interwoven with the lives and knowledge of teachers, children and youth (Clandinin, Downey & Huber, 2009).
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The first occurs during the doctoral experience when individuals learn the attitudes, actions, and values of the faculty within which they work and they observe and internalise norms of behaviour. The organisational stage builds on the anticipatory stage and occurs during the early academic career. According to Clarke et al. 11) and they may find that the learning experiences of their doctoral studies are “at odds with what the individual ultimately finds at the chosen institution” (p. 11). These contentions call into question the ways in which an individual responds to such conflicts.