Introduction to Part One The Chicago School of Ethnography - Mary Jo Deegan Symbolic Interactionism and Ethnography - Paul Rock Currents of Cultural Fieldwork - James D Faubion British Social Anthropology - Sharon Macdonald Into the Community - Lodewijk Brunt Mass-Observation's Fieldwork Methods - Liz Stanley Orientalism - Julie Marcus Ethnomethodology and Ethnography - Melvin Pollner and Robert M Emerson Phenomenology and Ethnography - Ilja Maso Semiotics, Semantics and Ethnography - Peter K Manning Grounded Theory in Ethnography - Kathy Charmaz and Richard G Mitchell Introduction to Part Two The Ethnography of Health and Medicine - Michael Bloor Ethnographic Research in Educational Settings - Tuula Gordon, Janet Holland and Elina Lahelma Ethnography and the Study of Deviance - Dick Hobbs Ethnographies of Work and the Work of Ethnographers - Vicki Smith Ethnography and the Development of Science and Technology Studies - David Hess Ethnography in the Study of Children and Childhood - Allison James Ethnography and Material Culture - Christopher Tilley Ethnography - Joost van Loon A Critical Turn in Cultural Studies The Ethnography of Communication - Elizabeth Keating Technologies of Realism? Ethnographic Uses of Photography and Film - Mike Ball and Greg Smith Introduction to Part Three Ethnography as Work - Christopher Wellin and Gary Alan Fine Career Socialization, Settings and Problems The Ethics of Ethnography - Elizabeth Murphy and Robert Dingwall Participant Observation and Fieldnotes - Robert M Emerson, Rachel I Fretz and Linda L Shaw Ethnographic Interviewing - Barbara Sherman Heyl Narrative Analysis in Ethnography - Martin Cortazzi The Call of Life Stories in Ethnographic Research - Ken Plummer Autobiography, Intimacy and Ethnography - Deborah Reed-Danahay Feminist Ethnography - Beverley Skeggs Ethnography After Post-modernism - Jonathan Spencer Computer Applications in Qualitative Research - Nigel Fielding Ethnodrama - Jim Mienczakowski Performed Research-limitations and Potential Postmodernism, Post-Structuralism and Post (Critical) Ethnography - Patti Lather Of Ruins, Aporias and Angels.
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