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The Ethnographer's Method

The Ethnographer's Method

  • Alex Stewart - Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, Marquette University, USA

Volume: 46
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July 1998 | 104 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Helping ethnographers devise a clearly articulated explanation of their methods, this book argues that norms about discussing methods in ethnographies are underdeveloped.
Who Will Determine Expectations?
Depicting Ethnographic Method
Working toward Veracity
Working toward Objectivity
Working toward Perspicacity
Putting Expectations To Use

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ISBN: 9780761903949

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