By Monique M. Hennink
By Monique M. Hennink
By Lester Embree
By Wendy Laura Belcher,Sylvia Podolsky Ostrowiak,Alejandra Medrano
By Martin W. Schnell,Christian Schulz,Christiane Atzmüller,Christine Dunger
By Davis Dána-Ain,Craven Christa
Dána-Ain Davis and Christa Craven tease out the impacts of feminist ethnography throughout a number of disciplines together with women’s and gender reports, severe race reviews, ethnic reports, schooling, communications, psychology, sociology, city reviews, and American stories. function parts of the textual content contain Essentials (excerpts from key texts within the field), Spotlights (interviews with feminist ethnographers), and instructed assignments and readings. The textual content concludes with a “conversation” between modern feminist ethnographers approximately what feminist ethnography feels like this day and into the future.
By Dirk vom Lehn
By Arthur Bochner,Carolyn Ellis
This accomplished textual content is the 1st to introduce evocative autoethnography as a strategy and a life-style within the human sciences. utilizing various examples from their paintings and others, world-renowned students Arthur Bochner and Carolyn Ellis, originators of the tactic, emphasize easy methods to attach intellectually and emotionally to the lives of readers during the difficult means of representing lived studies. Written because the tale of a fictional workshop, in response to many comparable periods led by means of the authors, it comprises crew discussions, universal questions, and workshop handouts. The book:
By John Coates
By Irena Medjedovic,Andreas Witzel,Reiner Mauer,Oliver Watteler
By Peter Collins,Anselma Gallinat
It is often stated that anthropologists use own stories to notify their writing. despite the fact that, it is usually assumed that in basic terms fieldwork studies are suitable and that the private seems merely within the type of self-reflexivity. This e-book takes a step past anthropology at domestic and auto-ethnography and indicates how anthropologists can contain their stories and reports as ethnographic facts of their writing. It discusses matters corresponding to authenticity, translation and ethics with regards to the self, and provides a brand new viewpoint on doing ethnographic fieldwork.