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Ethnography in Organizations
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Ethnography in Organizations


Volume: 27

January 1993 | 96 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
In this volume, Schwartzman evaluates the range of ethnographic research that has been conducted on organizations. She also examines such important topics as: the roles and methods utilized by organizational ethnographers; the problems and prospects for conducting fieldwork in organizations; and the role that everyday but often overlooked routines - like meetings and story telling - play in the production and reproduction of organizations, institutions and society.
 
Introduction
 
What Happened at Hawthorne?
 
What Happened to Anthropology?
 
Studying Up and Studying Down
 
Fieldwork Roles and Fieldwork Processes
 
Conclusion

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