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What are the strengths of ethnography as a research strategy?

What are the strengths of ethnography that lead us to believe that it is a valuable research strategy? In what ways is it different from ot…

Started by Philip Carl SALZMAN

39 Mar 28, 2014
Reply by Bob Williams

Reading Ethnography

Many may know the book of David Jacobson, "Reading Ethnography", a work that talks about the methods which show on producing ethnography, s…

Started by Guilherme L J Falleiros

3 Mar 25, 2010
Reply by John McCreery

Multi-sited ethnography

Multi-sited ethnography is a recent research strategy that has gained wide acceptance, or at least is invoked widely in research proposals.…

Started by Philip Carl SALZMAN

0 Oct 18, 2009

"Alternative" Ethnographies?

In another thread within this group, John McCreery has labeled "alternative ethnographies" as a potential topic for discussion: But so is a…

Started by Alexandre Enkerli

20 Aug 15, 2009
Reply by John McCreery

Does Ethnography Belong to Anthropology?

The notion, here, is that we're all anthropologists. Many of us are card-carrying anthropologists, very literally. So we may be a bit biase…

Started by Alexandre Enkerli

26 Jun 12, 2009
Reply by Alexandre Enkerli

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