2 edition of Representing ethnography found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Paul Atkinson and Sara Delamont.|
|Series||Sage benchmarks in social research methods|
|Contributions||Atkinson, Paul, 1947-, Delamont, Sara, 1947-|
|LC Classifications||GN345 .R468 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 v. :|
|LC Control Number||2007941547|
So, the book’s about ethnography. But it’s also about the intersection of ethnography and business. And in my opinion, many of Ladner’s points can be extended to design research as a whole. How detail-rich, emotion-filled, ‘squishy’ qualitative research about people fits into the world of shipping, deadlines, and decisions. controversial review of books by Elijah Anderson, Mitchell Duneier, and Katherine Newman concerning the disconnect between theory and ethnographic research. Despite the tone of Wacquant's review, we feel that he made a contribution in raising important issues about the role of theory in ethnography. The responses to his review that address this. Digital ethnography, as we define it in this book, is a method for representing real-life cultures through combining the characteristic features of digital media with the elements of story. These projects use the expressive and procedural potential of computer-based storytelling to enable audiences to go beyond absorbing facts about another.
An ethnography is a means to represent graphically and in writing the culture of a group. The word can thus be said to have a double meaning, which partly depends on whether it is used as a. Cultural anthropology has always been dependent on translation as a textual practice, and it has often used 'translation' as a metaphor to describe ethnography's processes of interpretation and cross-cultural comparison.
Questions of intelligibility and representation are central to Representing ethnography book translation studies and Representing ethnography book writing - as are the dilemmas of cultural distance or proximity.
Representing Ethnography brings together all the important material on this 'rhetorical turn' in qualitative research, including critiques which are particularly hard. Representing Ethnography brings together into one set all the important material on this 'rhetorical turn' in qualitative research.
Many of the critiques of the rhetorical turn are particularly hard to obtain and have never been gathered together in an accessible way. Volume I focuses on the contexts and controversies of this type of discourse. Qualitative research, especially ethnography, has seen a paradigm shift since This so-called 'Third Moment' was concerned with the critical issue of the textual representation of ethnographic work.
There was a call for a turn towards texts that mirrored the messiness of social life, that were faithful to the many voices of social worlds, in which the artfulness of ethnographic writing.
For at least a decade, the function of the ethnographer's work as simple cultural description has been challenged. In response, ethnographic texts have been deconstructed for their origins, their biases, and their literary devices--all of which have resulted in heightened methodological self-consciousness and a concern for reflexivity.
This volume explores many of the dimensions of the. Writing the New Ethnography provides a foundational understanding of the writing processes associated with composing new forms of qualitative writing in the social sciences.
Goodall's distinctive style will engage and energize students, offering them provocative advice and exercises for turning qualitative data and field notes into compelling representations of social life.4/5(1).
Translation, Ethnography and Museum. Representing Others. DOI link for Representing Others. Representing Others book. Translation, Ethnography and Museum.
By Kate Sturge. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 3 June Pub. location London. Imprint Routledge. ethnography becomes an ethnography of the system, too, and the global, “ an emergent dimension of arguing Representing ethnography book the connection among sites in a multi-sited ethnography” (Marcus, ; p).
Ethnography (from Greek ἔθνος ethnos "folk, people, nation" and γράφω grapho "I write") is a branch of anthropology and the systematic study of individual cultures. In contrast with ethnology, ethnography explores cultural phenomena from the point of view of the subject of the study.
Ethnography is also a type of social research involving the examination of the behaviour of the. TY - BOOK. T1 - Representing others. T2 - translation, ethnography and museum. AU - Sturge, Kate. PY - /7/ Y1 - /7/ N2 - Cultural anthropology has always been dependent on translation as a textual practice, and it has often used 'translation' as a metaphor to describe ethnography's processes of interpretation and cross-cultural comparison.
A Different Kind of Ethnography charts a creative path for the ever-shifting discipline of anthropology, which is increasingly forging space for sensory, performative, and experimental forms and technologies.
This volume is a tremendous resource for the classroom and for a new generation of imaginative s: 4. Essential reading for anyone wishing to engage with images, technologies and society, Doing Visual Ethnography is a milestone in ethnographic and visual research.
The Third Edition of this classic text includes new chapters on web-based practices for visual ethnography and the issues surrounding the representation, interpretation, and authoring of knowledge with the rise of digital media. Get this from a library.
Representing others: translation, ethnography and the museum. [Kate Sturge] -- Cultural anthropology has always been dependent on translation as a textual practice, and it has often used 'translation' as a metaphor to describe ethnography's processes of interpretation and.
Ethnography (Understanding Qualitative Research) provides a comprehensive guide to understanding, conceptualizing, and critically assessing ethnographic research and its resultant texts. Through a series of discussions and illustrations, utilizing both classic and contemporary examples, the book highlights distinct features of ethnography as both a research methodology and a writing tradition.
Ethnography exists in many forms and ethnographers continuously debate about what counts as ethnography, and ‘how to represent the ﬁeld’ (van Maanen, ). As a result, there are distinct versions of ethnographic research that have their own epis temological backgrounds and varied research practices (Atkinson et al., ).
This is. Although books such as Hine’s () Virtual Ethnography, Boellerstorff et al.’s () Ethnography and Virtual Worlds, Horst and Miller’s () Digital Anthropology or Underberg. Representing Others: Translation, Ethnography and Museum (Translation Theories Explored) - Kindle edition by Sturge, Kate.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Representing Others: Translation, Ethnography and Museum (Translation Theories Explored).Cited by: still weigh so heavily on that it occupies the opening pages in a book on ethics, performance, and critical ethnography.
It is because with all the good intentions, excellent craftsmanship, and even with the reliability and eloquence of a particular story, representing Others is always going to be a Introduction—— 3.
Ethnography and Discourse Analysis: Dilemmas in Representing the Voices of Children Pam Alldred Particular ethical and political dilemmas arise in representing the lives of people who are marginalized within, and by, the domain of public knowledge.
Ethnography may represent a significant challenge to the way that your organization understands and operates its own business, and this may cause friction. As Sam Ladner, senior user researcher at Microsoft, says in her book, "Practical Ethnography," "Asking what consumers truly believe about a company's product is a bold act.
This semester, my students and I have been reading The Handbook of Ethnography (Holman Jones, Adams, & Ellis, republished by Routledge in ). This text provides methodological perspectives from a range of scholars across disciplines. Each section of the book is followed by exemplars of autoethnographic writing.
Instructions Choosing a Topic. For our final project for the class, you will be asked to select a subculture that you have currently chosen to be a part of or one that you will choose to connect yourself to and to investigate this subculture in a larger research paper called an autoethnography.
Ethnography is a peer-reviewed, international and interdisciplinary journal for the ethnographic study of social and cultural change. Bridging the chasm between sociology and anthropology, it is the leading network for dialogical exchanges between monadic ethnographers and those from all disciplines involved and interested in ethnography and.
And actually in the sensory ethnography book, much of the work that I wrote about in the final chapter, which was about representing and communicating about sensory research really drew [INAUDIBLE] practice a lot more from what the ethnographers had already been doing. The purpose of this book is to explore meetings as both ethnographic objects in themselves and as sites of ethnographic inquiry of diverse issues and practices-what we have called meeting ethnography.
The author tries to represent more of these scholars' voices in this introduction in order to give a sense of how, over time and space and. Ethnography, descriptive study of a particular human society or the process of making such a study.
Contemporary ethnography is based almost entirely on fieldwork and requires the complete immersion of the anthropologist in the culture and everyday life of the people who are the subject of the study. Item Type: Book Book Type: Edited Book: Date Type: Publication: Status: Published: Schools: Social Sciences (Includes Criminology and Education).
A comprehensive and practical guide to ethnographic research, this book guides you through the process, starting with the fundamentals of choosing and proposing a topic and selecting a research design.
It describes methods of data collection (taking notes, participant observation, interviewing, identifying themes and issues, creating ethnographic maps and tables and charts, and referring to.
The book provides an important framework for thinking about sensory ethnography stressing the numerous ways that smell, taste, touch and vision can be interconnected and interrelated within research. Bursting with practical advice on how to effectively conduct and share sensory ethnography this is an important, original book, relevant to all.
The Muncie Race Riots ofRepresenting Community Memory Through Public Performance, and Collaborative Ethnography between Faculty, Students, and the Local Community Lee Barron The Sound of Street Corner Society: UK Grime Music as Ethnography.
Vol Number 4, Book Review 2, Digital Urban Ethnography: A Book Review of. The Digital Street. Katherine L. Walters and Enid Truong. University of Gerogia, Athens, Georgia, USA. Jeffery Lane explores the social worlds of youth in Harlem during the digital era through his unique approach, digital urban ethnography.
Download Approaches To Ethnography books, Approaches to Ethnography illustrates the various modes of representation and analysis that typify participant observation research. In contrast to the multitude of ethnographic textbooks, handbooks, and readers on the market, this book is neither a "how-to" guide nor a catalogue of substantive themes.
(2) In books where there are images such as portraits, maps, sketches etc We have endeavoured to keep the quality of these images, so they represent accurately the original artefact.
Although occasionally there may be certain imperfections with these old texts, we feel they deserve to be made available for future generations to enjoy. Interrogating the Conventional Boundaries of Research Methods in Social Sciences: The Role of Visual Representation in Ethnography Wie ich in diesem Beitrag zeigen werde, beinhaltet performative Sozialwissenschaft die Chance, lang dauernde Konventionen.
Although feminist ethnography is an emerging genre, the question of what the term means remains open. We learn in lucid detail about the partiality of knowledge and the inevitable difficulties and violations involved in representing the lives of women, both inside and outside the United States. Clearly and forcefully written, this book.
Representing Sensory Ethnography: communicating, arguing and the non-representational Afterword: Imagining Sensory Futures: ethnography, design and future studies Doing Sensory Ethnography is an essential, readable and above all fascinating volume that is required reading across disciplines and for anyone interested in or working on the senses.
Fictions of Feminist Ethnography is an ambitious, experimental, comprehensive and learned book directed at a professional (anthropological) audience.
I find the book thought-provoking and highly recommendable because of the sensitive, critical and sometimes even. The book is intended for ethnographers wanting to incorporate the visual into their work as well as for photographers and video makers seeking an understanding of ethnography.
It is this duality of purpose that is the book's strength and its weakness, which I discuss in the final comment section of. ethnography. Keywords: Ethnography, Methodology, Novice Researcher. The authors of. Doing Ethnography, Giampietro Gobo and Andrea Molle, call the book a recipe for cooking ethnography.
As I read, I felt it was more of a journey through the process of ethnography. This book consists of four distinct parts, which include a voyage through (1). Methods in Educational Research. Methods in Educational Research is designed to prepare students for the real world of educational research.
It focuses on scientifically-based methods, school accountability, and the professional demands of the twenty-first century, empowering researchers to take an active role in conducting research in their classrooms, districts, and the greater educational.Too much emphasis on how to represent takes away from the issues and problems culture face, Literary style almost fictionalizes ethnography, Does not give credit to anthropologists using postmodern techniques in modern times, too much self-reflection.In the remainder of the book he seeks to document sociologists' use of various paradigms, for example their adoption of different points of view on the phenomena they describe.
Clifford, J. () A collection of mostly previously published articles by a key figure in the study of ethnographic writing in anthropology.