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RESPONSIBILITY OF THE ETHNOGRAPHER

DEREK ROBBINS

RESPONSIBILITY OF THE ETHNOGRAPHER

by DEREK ROBBINS

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Online version of print publication: ANTHROPOLOGY TODAY, v.19 #2 (APRIL2003) : 11-12

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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.   A book that unfolds as a travel story, of the extraordinary journeys of a French ethnographer through many far-away lands, paradoxically presents itself from the very first chapter, from the first sentence even, as against the journey and against the experience of .

  An ethnographer is a person who gathers and records data about human culture and societies. There are various research methods that can be applied to the different sub-categories of this social study, such as field, design or visual ethnographer often needs to be able to find patterns in and understand issues faced by a wide sample of people with diverse backgrounds. A Thrice-Told Tale is one ethnographer's imaginative and powerful response to the methodological issues raised by feminist and postmodernist critics of traditional ethnography. The author, a feminist anthropologist, uses three texts developed out of her research in Taiwan--a piece of fiction, anthropological fieldnotes, and a social science article--to explore some of these criticisms.

COUPON: Rent A Thrice-Told Tale Feminism, Postmodernism, and Ethnographic Responsibility 1st edition () and save up to 80% on textbook rentals and 90% on used textbooks. Get FREE 7-day instant eTextbook access! Get this from a library! A thrice-told tale: feminism, postmodernism, and ethnographic responsibility. [Margery Wolf] -- Publisher description: A Thrice-Told Tale is one ethnographer's imaginative and powerful response to the methodological issues raised by .


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The book concludes with a plea for ethnographic responsibility based on a less academic and more practical perspective.

From the Back Cover “A Thrice-Told Tale provides enjoyable fiction, important glimpses of fieldwork methodology, first-rate feminist analysis, and stimulating by: Inappropriate The list (including its title or description) facilitates illegal activity, or contains hate speech or ad hominem attacks on a fellow Goodreads member or author.

Spam or Self-Promotional The list is spam or self-promotional. Incorrect Book The list contains an incorrect book (please specify the title of the book). Details *. Books shelved as ethnography: The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down: A Hmong Child, Her American Doctors, and the Collision of Two Cultures by Anne Fa.

The authors describe both the processes related to gaining access to the “field” as well as how to: Conduct ethnographic research in health settings - Analyze and interpret the data you collect from your field work - Make ethical decisions related to the role of being an ethnographer in a health setting, and - Put your ideas into writing.

Jennifer Robertson is professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Michigan. The author of numerous articles, her books include, as editor, Same-Sex Cultures and Sexualities: An Anthropological Reader (Blackwell, ); and A Companion to the Anthropology of Japan (Blackwell, ).

Robertson is the general editor of Colonialisms, a new book series from the University of. This is Book 6 of 7 in the Ethnographer's Toolkit, Second Edition.

Ethics in Ethnography explores the burgeoning field of research ethics and addresses how both formal and informal ethical considerations underpin good ethnographic research.

Author: Margaret D. In book: An Ethnography of Global Landscapes and Corridors begins with an et hical responsibility to address processes of. the subject position of the ethnographer in. SAGE Books. Explore research monographs, classroom texts, and professional development titles.

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SAGE Reference. As Hammersley states, “The task [of ethnographers] is to document the culture, the perspectives and practices, of the people in these settings. The aim is to ‘get inside’ the way each group of people sees the world.” 1 Box 1 outlines the key features of ethnographic research.

Box 1 Key features of ethnographic research 2. 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.

Responsibility Margaret D. LeCompte and Jean J. Schensul. Edition 2nd ed. Imprint In the first two chapters the book points out the importance of beginning ethnographic analysis in the field, during the earliest stages of data collection, and how to move between induction and deduction, the concrete and the abstract, in a process informed.

The Civic Responsibility of Ethnographers Published on January 9, by Robert Dingwall In a previous blog, I promised further comment on Steven Lubet’s ethical critique of Alice Goffman’s fieldwork in her book, On the Run: Fugitive Life in an American City.

The true skills of the ethnographer are learning to observe, ask the right questions and at the right time, to cause minimal influence on the actions of your subjects. So in short you “do ethnography” by being immensely curious and starting your work with an open mind.

You go in search of truth rather than taking your truths with you. The author, a feminist anthropologist, uses three texts developed out of her research in Taiwan—a piece of fiction, anthropological fieldnotes, and a social science article—to explore some of these.

"I wish the Handbook of Ethnography had been available to me as a fledgling ethnographer. I would recommend it for any graduate student who contemplates a career in the field.

Likewise for experienced ethnographers who would like the equivalent of a world atlas to help pinpoint their own locations in the field." - Journal of Contemporary Ethnography "No self-respecting qualitative 4/5(1). Even if your data shows the opposite of what you thought or predicted, it is your responsibility to present all the data in an unbiased manner.

X Research source Try to combine all of the data into a comprehensive picture of the culture, behavior, or other aspect of life that you were trying to quantify with this : 28K. This is Book 6 of 7 in the Ethnographer's Toolkit, Second Edition.

Ethics in Ethnography explores the burgeoning field of research ethics and addresses how both formal and informal ethical considerations underpin good ethnographic research.

Coming from the position that no particular research design is more or less prone to generate ethical issues, LeCompte and Schensul open this volume with. Get this from a library. Ethics in ethnography: a mixed methods approach.

[Margaret Diane LeCompte; Jean J Schensul] -- Recognizing that ethical issues are no more endemic to one research design than to another, LeCompte and Schensul open Book 6 with a short history of formal oversight for human research and address.

The book provides insights into the use of technology in ethnography from qualitative data analysis software to data visualization, and Questions for Reflection have been added to the end of each chapter.

Fetterman is a seasoned educator, evidenced by both the clarity of his thinking and the simplicity of his writing.

The Ethnographer’s. A primary objective of the modern ethnographer is to glean insights into the ways people relate to and interact with one another and the world around them. Through participant-observation, Malinowski () offered a valuable tool with which to uncover these insights and understandings, the ethnographer.

The goal of an ethnographer is to develop a rich understanding of how and why people think, behave, and interact as they do in a given community or organization (the field of study), and most importantly, to understand these things from the standpoint of those studied (known as an "emic perspective" or "insider standpoint").A Thrice-Told Tale is one ethnographer's imaginative and powerful response to the methodological issues raised by feminist and postmodernist critics of traditional ethnography.

The author, a feminist anthropologist, uses three texts developed out of her research in Taiwan—a piece of fiction, anthropological fieldnotes, and a social science article—to explore some of these criticisms. Grant Post author November 9, at AM.

James, excellent, yes, this is a work in progress, who to work with people who don’t come from an interpretive tradition. Just discovered a book called Mental Models by Jerry Wind.