3 edition of Methodological issues and practices in ethnography found in the catalog.
Methodological issues and practices in ethnography
Includes bibliographical references
|Statement||edited by Geoff Troman, Bob Jeffrey, Geoffrey Walford|
|Series||Studies in educational ethnography -- v. 11|
|Contributions||Troman, Geoff, 1946-, Jeffrey, Bob, 1946-, Walford, Geoffrey|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 230 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||230|
Of course, debate begins with what the term ‘ethnography’ actually means. The problem is that, like many other methodological terms used by social scientists, ‘ethnography’ does not form part of a clear and systematic taxonomy. And, as a result, it is used in different ways on different occasions to mark off work of one kind from that. Collectively qualitative research is a group of methodologies, with each approach offering a different lens though which to explore, understand, interpret or explain phenomena in real word contexts and settings. This article will provide an overview of one of the many qualitative approaches, ethnography, and its relevance to healthcare. We will use an exemplar based on a study that used.
Ethnography, like many other methodological concepts, has come to be a contested one. I have outlined here some of the debates that are taking place, and the problems that need to be resolved, if we are to make progress in methodological thinking about ethnography. Ethnography: practice, potential and problems. "Decolonizing Ethnography does not just critique colonialist academic practices, it seeks to do something different. Accessibly written, interesting, and effectively argued, [this book] will appeal to a wide range of readers interested in issues of migration, activism, ethnography.
In over 30% of papers seminal methodological texts which could have informed methods were not cited. We believe this is the first in-depth methodological systematic review of meta-ethnography conduct and reporting. Meta-ethnography is an evolving approach. Current reporting of methods, analysis and synthesis lacks clarity and comprehensiveness. An excellent book on ethnographical methods, theory and research. Provides an in-depth exploration of a large range of ethnographical approaches and key themes and is highly recommended to students at all levels who wish to gain an invaluable introduction to Ethnography. Definitely a classic textbook in Ethnography!
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Introduction: Methodological Issues and Practices. From Fieldwork to Theory and Representation in Ethnography. Using Photographic Diaries to Research the Gender and Academic Identities of Young Girls. Ethnography, Toleration and Authenticity: Ethical Reflections on Fieldwork, Analysis and Writing.
The Personal, Professional and Political in Comparative Ethnographic Educational Research. This volume presents a diversity of views on the issues and practices in ethnographic methodology. It does not try to present a single coherent view but, through its heterogeneity, illustrates the strengths and impact of the debate.
Get this from a library. Methodological issues and practices in ethnography. [Geoff Troman; Bob Jeffrey; Geoffrey Walford;] -- What counts as ethnography and what counts as good ethnography are both highly contested.
This volume brings together chapters presenting a diversity of views on some of the current issues and. This volume brings together chapters presenting a diversity of views on some of the current issues and practices in ethnographic methodology. It does not try to present a single coherent view but, through its heterogeneity, illustrates the strengths and impact of the debate.
In this accessible introduction to the methods of ethnographic fieldwork, Hammersley and Atkinson reconsider the status of ethnography and seek to place it quite explicitly in a general /5(3).
Martyn Hammersley examines three issues. He argues that traditional ethnographic thinking involves a naive relativism, an option that seems increasingly attractive to ethnographers.
This book should be of interest to students of sociology, psychology, and ethnography. (source: Nielsen Book Data). Decision making in health and social care requires robust syntheses of both quantitative and qualitative evidence.
Meta-ethnography is a seven-phase methodology for synthesising qualitative studies. Developed in by sociologists in education Noblit and Hare, meta-ethnography has evolved since its inception; it is now widely used in healthcare research and is gaining popularity in education.
Central to improving and maintaining high levels of performance in emerging ethnographic design research is a fundamental requirement to address some of the problems associated with the subject. In particular seven core issues are identified and.
Paul Atkinson is Emeritus Professor of Sociology at Cardiff University. Recent publications include For Ethnography (SAGE ) and Thinking Ethnographically (SAGE ).
The fourth book in his quartet will be Crafting Ethnography, also for fourth edition of Hammersley and Atkinson Ethnography: Principles in Practice was published by Routledge in /5(1). Ethnography is not a method without problems, many of which have been well documented (Randall et al.
) generally focusing on the standard concerns of 'getting in, staying in, getting out' as well as issues of access and 'gatekeeping', reliability, validity and generalisation, and so on. Exercises and assignments encourage students to practice these methods in a familiar context, and a sustained focus on visual methodologies offers coverage not found in other books.
The result is a text that discusses both practical and theoretical issues in contemporary ethnography while equipping students with a set of transferable : Lynda Mannik, Karen McGarry. This volume brings together chapters presenting a diversity of views on some of the current issues and practices in ethnographic methodology.
It does not try to present a single coherent view but, through its heterogeneity, illustrates the strength and impact of debate. In book: An Ethnography of Global Landscapes and Corridors. methodological practices in order to achieve a more egalitarian and just society, As a set they pose a range of issues: the.
Methodology. Ethnography is a research strategy where the approach is to get as much information as possible about a particular culture. The ethnographer, or cultural anthropologist, tries to get information from many angles to see whole picture--again, striving for that holistic view.
Punch () goes further in suggesting that qualitative studies such as ethnography rarely, if ever, raise ethical issues (Orb ); however this statement is heavily debated. This essay aspires to discuss and analyse the ethical issues which arise in ethnography and discuss how valid and harmful these issues really are.
Methodological Issues: The Use of Critical Ethnography as an Active Research Methodology Dr Colin Dey Department of Accountancy and Business Finance University of Dundee Dundee DD1 4HN Scotland, UK E-mail: @ Accepted for publication in Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal published by Emerald.
Book Description. The Routledge Handbook of Linguistic Ethnography provides an accessible, authoritative and comprehensive overview of this growing body of research, combining ethnographic approaches with close attention to language handbook illustrates the richness and potential of linguistic ethnography to provide detailed understandings of situated patterns of language.
Methodological Challenges and Ethical Dilemmas in the Two Studies Selection of "second-level" informants How to map the work practices (and escape institutional captures) How to handle information given at different sites.
How to write up the analysis. Production of Knowledge from Different Research Sites 6. The origin of ethnography in health research dates back to the development of a branch of anthropology known as medical anthropology. “Medical anthropology concerns its self with a wide variety of health-related issues, including the etiology of disease, the preventive measures that human members of sociocultural systems have constructed or devised to prevent the onset of disease, and.
Volume One: Principles, Issues, Debates and Controversies in Visual Research serves as a theoretical backdrop to the field as a whole. It introduces core epistemological, ethical and methodological debates that effectively cut across the four volume collection as a whole.
The previous articles (there were 2 before this 1) in this series discussed several methodological approaches commonly used by qualitative researchers in the health professions.Classroom research presents unique issues for researchers and over the years, ethnography has offered strong methodological practices which address the dynamics of the educational environment.
According to David Bloome, (Grenfell,p. 7) educational ethnography is a research practice that emerged in the US in the s and s. The previous articles (there were 2 before this 1) in this series discussed several methodological approaches commonly used by qualitative researchers in the health professions.
This article focuses on another important qualitative methodology: ethnography. It provides background for those who will encounter this methodology in their reading rather than instructions for carrying out .