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Poster Presentation "Hope searching for HOPE over ‘Silent Killers’: A Duo-Ethnography"

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This proposed study is about understanding what are generally called “silent killers,” which are everywhere but appear to be nowhere from personal life perspectives. Making the unfamiliar familiar (or the familiar unfamiliar) offers an educational moment to see a world in which we live differently and in a better way. To this end, the purpose of this paper is threefold. First, two kinds of silent killers that we are going to investigate in this paper are AIDS and diabetes that have still prevailed in this 21st century. Second, two authors collaborate each other to question what they know, how they know, how what they “know” affects the ways in which they interact with others/the world full of sufferings and pains. And third, this paper examines a possibility for the reawakening of a hope in HOPE as two authors attempt to redefine the unchanging nature of sufferings/struggles/pains which are inside and out of a local and global context.

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Poster Presentation "Hope searching for HOPE over ‘Silent Killers’: A Duo-Ethnography"

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This proposed study is about understanding what are generally called “silent killers,” which are everywhere but appear to be nowhere from personal life perspectives. Making the unfamiliar familiar (or the familiar unfamiliar) offers an educational moment to see a world in which we live differently and in a better way. To this end, the purpose of this paper is threefold. First, two kinds of silent killers that we are going to investigate in this paper are AIDS and diabetes that have still prevailed in this 21st century. Second, two authors collaborate each other to question what they know, how they know, how what they “know” affects the ways in which they interact with others/the world full of sufferings and pains. And third, this paper examines a possibility for the reawakening of a hope in HOPE as two authors attempt to redefine the unchanging nature of sufferings/struggles/pains which are inside and out of a local and global context.