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Ethnography

Four-Volume Set
Alan Bryman University of Leicester
© 2001   1680 pages   SAGE Publications Ltd   
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VOLUME ONE: THE NATURE OF ETHNOGRAPHY
Introduction A Bryman
A Review of Ethnography
PART ONE: ANTHROPOLOGICAL BEGINNINGS
The Ethnographer's Magic G W Stocking
Fieldwork in British Anthropology from Tylor to Malinowski
Tribal Ethnography E R Leach
Past, Present and Future
The Methods of Ethnology F Boas
Some Reminiscences and Reflection on Fieldwork E E Evans-Pritchard
Tenting with Malinowski M L Wax
Notes and Queries on Anthropology and the Development of Field Methods in British Anthropology, 1870-1920 J Urry
PART TWO: SOCIOLOGICAL BEGINNINGS
Understanding Urban Life L H Lofland
The Chicago Legacy
The Development of the `Participant Observation' Method in Sociology J Platt
Origin Myth and History
On Making the Most of Participant Observation W F Whyte
Everett C Hughes and the Development of Fieldwork in Sociology J M Champoulie
PART THREE: TRADITIONS IN ETHNOGRAPHY
Notes on Queries in Ethnography C O Frake
The Two Traditions of Educational Ethnography S Delamont and P Atkinson
Sociology and Anthropology Compared
Critical Realist Ethnography S Porter
The Case of Racism and Professionalism in a Medical Setting
PART FOUR: EPISTEMOLOGY AND ETHNOGRAPHY
From the Native's Point of View C Geertz
On the Nature of Anthropological Understanding
Epistemological Implications of Fieldwork and Their Consequences F A Salamone
The Ethnographic Method in Sociology R L Gold
How Native Is a `Native' Anthropologist? K Narayan
Ethnography's Warrants J Katz
VOLUME TWO: ETHNOGRAPHIC FIELDWORK PRACTICE
PART ONE: THE NATURE OF ETHNOGRAPHIC PRACTICE
Studying Deviance in Four Settings J M Henslin
Research Experiences with Cabbies, Suicides, Drug Users and Abortionees
Four Ways to Improve the Craft of Fieldwork R M Emerson
Making a Study `More Ethnographic' H F Wolcott
PART TWO: ACCESS AND ENTRY
The Masking of Social Reality D Serber
Ethnographic Fieldwork in the Bureaucracy
Participant Observation and Research into Football Hooliganism R Giulianotti
Reflections on the Problems of <i>Entr[ac]ee</i> and Everyday Risks
PART THREE: SAMPLING IN ETHNOGRAPHY
Qualitative Evaluation and Research Methods M Q Patton
Sampling in Qualitative Research M R Luborsky and R L Rubinstein
Rationale, Issues and Methods
PART FOUR: FIELDWORK ROLES
Roles in Sociological Field Observation R L Gold
Fieldwork Roles and Informational Yield D A Snow, R D Benford and L Anderson
A Comparison of Alternative Settings and Roles
PART FIVE: ETHNOGRAPHIC FIELDWORK RELATIONSHIPS
The Participant Observer and Over-Rapport S M Miller
Between Stranger and Friend R B Everhart
Some Consequences of `Long-Term' Fieldwork in Schools
Lovers in the Field J Dubisch
Sex, Dominance and the Female Anthropologist
The Relationship of Observer to Observed When Studying up J Cassell
Doing Ethnography W Shaffir
Reflections on Finding Your Way
PART SIX: INFORMANTS
The Informant Game J Van Maanen
Anthropologists and Their Informants M Shokeid
PART SEVEN: FIELDNOTES
A Vocabulary for Fieldnotes R Sanjek
Writing Fieldnotes N Rapport
The Conventionalities of Note-Taking in the Field
<i>D[ac]ej[gr]a Entendu J E Jackson
The Liminal Qualities of Anthropological Fieldnotes
PART EIGHT: INTERVIEWING IN ETHNOGRAPHY
Step Two J R Spradley
Interviewing an Informant
Questions for the Ethnographer C L Briggs
A Critical Examination of the Role of the Interview in Fieldwork
Privileging Fieldwork over Interviewing S Kleinman, B Stenross and M McMahon
Consequences for Identity and Practice
PART NINE: LEAVING THE FIELD
The Disengagement Process D Snow
A Neglected Problem in Participant Observation Research
Leaving, Revisiting and Staying in Touch C Gallmeier
Neglected Issues in Field Research
VOLUME THREE: ISSUES IN ETHNOGRAPHY
PART ONE: GENDER IN THE FIELD
From Anguish to Exultation L Nader
Sex and Gender in Fieldwork Research C Warren and P Rasmussen
Spotting the Invisible Man N McKeganey and M Bloor
The Influence of Male Gender on Fieldwork Relations
PART TWO: FEMINIST ETHNOGRAPHY
Can There Be a Feminist Ethnography? J Stacey
Situating the Production of Feminist Ethnography B Skeggs
Yes Virginia, There Is a Feminist Ethnography D Bell
Reflections from Three Australian Fields
PART THREE: VALIDATING ETHNOGRAPHIC RESEARCH
Problems of Reliability and Validity in Ethnographic Research M LeCompte and J Goetz
On the Use of Members' Responses to Reseachers' Accounts R M Emerson and M Pollner
Emerging Criteria for Quality in Qualitative and Interpretive Research Y S Lincoln
PART FOUR: COMBINING ETHNOGRAPHY WITH QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH
Research Methods for the Study of Conflict and Cooperation W F Whyte
The Combination of Quantitative and Qualitative Research in a Study of Shopping, Place and Identity D Miller et al
PART FIVE: TEAM ETHNOGRAPHY
Blitzkrieg </i>Ethnography R C Rist
On the Transformation of a Method into a Movement
Negotiated Validity in Collaborative Ethnography L L Belgrave and K J Smith
PART SIX: DOCUMENTS AND MATERIAL CULTURE
The Study of Material Culture Today P Lemonnier
Towards an Anthropology of Technical Systems
Analyzing Documentary Realities P Atkinson and A Coffey
PART SEVEN: THE VISUAL IMAGE
The Visual Ethnographic Narrative D Harper
Video, Film and Photographs as Research Documents P Loizos
PART EIGHT: APPLYING ETHNOGRAPHY
Ethnographic Educational Evaluation D M Fetterman
Applied Anthropology and Postmodernist Ethnography A M Johannsen
PART NINE: ETHICAL ISSUES IN ETHNOGRAPHY
Ethical Principles for Conducting Fieldwork J Cassell
Ten Lies of Ethnography G A Fine
Moral Dilemmas in Field Research
PART TEN: REPLICATION AND RE-STUDY IN ETHNOGRAPHY
The Gold Coast and the Slum Revisited A Hunter
The Rashomon Effect K G Heider
When Ethnographers Disagree
The Mead/Freeman Controversy A Bryman
Some Implications for Qualitative Researchers
VOLUME FOUR: ANALYSIS AND WRITING IN ETHNOGRAPHY
PART ONE: REFLEXIVITY IN ETHNOGRAPHY: THE PERSONAL DIMENSION
Survival in the Field M Clarke
Implications of Personal Experience in Fieldwork
Reflexivity in Fieldwork I Karp and M B Kendall
`Then You Know How I Feel' L Ellingson
Empathy, Identification and Reflexivity in Fieldwork
PART TWO: AUTO-ETHNOGRAPHY
Auto-Ethnography D M Hayano
Paradigms, Problems and Prospects
Exploring Loss through Auto-Ethnographic Inquiry C Ellis
Auto-Ethnographic Stories, Co-Constructed Narratives and Interactive Interviews
PART THREE: INTERPRETING ETHNOGRAPHIC DATA
The Ethnographic Critique of Ethnography J D Brewer
Sectarianism in the RUC
Examining the Facts in Fieldwork J Ennew
Considerations of Method and Data
Ethnography as Narrative E R Bruner
PART FOUR: MANAGING ETHNOGRAPHIC DATA
Quality into Quantity A Johnson and O R Johnson
On the Measurement Potential of Ethnography Fieldnotes
Ethnographic Content Analysis D L Altheide
Users' Experiences of Qualitative Data Analysis Software R M Lee and N G Fielding
PART FIVE: ANALYZING ETHNOGRAPHIC DATA
A Theory of Qualitative Methodology J Katz
The Social System of Analytic Fieldwork
`Discovering' Chronic Illness K Charmaz
Using Grounded Theory
Processing Fieldnotes R M Emerson, R I Fretz and L L Shaw
Coding and Memoing
PART SIX: REVISITING ETHNOGRAPHIC DATA
The Ethnography of a Medical Setting P Atkinson
Reading, Writing and Rhetoric
The Data Are out There, or Are They? Implications for Archiving and Revisiting Qualitative Data N S Mauthner, O Parry and K Backett-Milburn
PART SEVEN: ETHNOGRAPHY AS TEXT
Being There C Geertz
Anthropology and the Science of Writing
Postmodern Ethnography S A Tyler
From Document of the Occult to Occult Document
The Rhetorical Turn in Ethnography M Hammersley
Educational Birds L Richardson
The Facts of Fictions in Qualitative Inquiry N K Denzin
PART EIGHT: THE LIMITS OF ETHNOGRAPHY
Bringing It All Back Home R Jenkins
An Anthropologist in Belfast
Both a Borrower and a Lender Be F Ingersoll and J Ingersoll
Ethnography, Oral History and Grounded Theory
Researching Police Deviance M Punch
A Personal Encounter with the Limitations and Liabilities of Fieldwork

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