Doing Ethnography Today - Theories, Methods, Exercises

by Elizabeth Campbell
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Elizabeth Campbell Doing Ethnography Today - Theories, Methods, Exercises
Elizabeth Campbell - Doing Ethnography Today - Theories, Methods, Exercises

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Doing Ethnography Today explores the methodologies and theories behind contemporary, collaborative ethnography and provides an opportunity to cultivate experience with included exercises.
* Presents ethnography as creative and artful rather than analytical or technical
* Emphasises the collaborative nature of ethnography
* Structured exercises cultivate practical experience
* Includes a discussion on indexing and interpreting project materials
* Provides guidance on interview questions and selecting appropriate field equipment


Elizabeth Campbell
Luke Eric Lassiter

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Biography Artist:
Elizabeth Campbell is Assistant Professor of Curriculum and Instruction at Marshall University's College of Education and Professional Development, USA. Before moving to academe, she worked in community development as a folklorist, writer, and museum curator. Luke Eric Lassiter is Professor of Humanities and Anthropology and Director of Marshall University's Graduate Humanities Program, USA. His books include The Chicago Guide to Collaborative Ethnography (2005) and Invitation to Anthropology (4th edition, 2014). In 2007, he founded the journal Collaborative Anthropologies and served as its editor or co-editor until 2013.
"This wonderfully written text by two respected scholars fills a much needed space for doing field studies in contemporary times. The authors draw on their own experience in conducting collaborative ethnographies to provide theoretical and methodological guidance for both seasoned and neophyte researchers." - Elizabeth Chiseri-Strater, University of North Carolina, Greensboro

"Changing purpose and collaborative practice are reshaping the ways in which ethnographers 'do' ethnography; this fine book shows not only how but also why ethnographic research is evolving." - Graham Crow, University of Edinburgh

"Doing Ethnography Today is a book that practitioners, students, and teachers have been hoping to find for a long time. It represents a paradigm shift in understanding how ethnographies are created, and synthesizes the best practices of collaborative ethnography. Using it will give you a roadmap to create rigorous, ethical, and artful projects that can have important lives in the world." - Rachel Breunlin, Neighborhood Story Project
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