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Doing Team Ethnography

Doing Team Ethnography
Warnings and Advice

Volume: 42
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October 1997 | 79 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
From setting goals and putting together a team, to observing, sharing and collaborating on a finished product, Doing Team Ethnography provides clear and practical advice to researchers at any level, or in any discipline.
And a River Went Out of Eden
Getting Started
Getting There - Together
The Baggage We Bring; The Trips We Take; The Places We Go
Packing It In
Writing It Up and Getting It Out the Door

To Team, or Not to Team?

The book's subject is too specialist for the cohort we are teaching, but the text is so informative and well presented I wanted to ensure the students had the opportunity to know of its existence for their future activities.

Dr Peter Oakley
Humanities, Royal College of Art
May 18, 2020

We are working in joint project with several MA and PhD students. The engagement has been a dual one with students doing both individual and joint projects. Students have found the text useful for unpacking the joint encounter. At least one is using it as a reference in their MA thesis.

Dr William Ellis
Dept Of Anthropology & Sociology, University of Western Cape
September 1, 2015

Kenneth Cleland Erickson

Donald Stull

Donald D. Stull is an applied cultural anthropologist who has conducted basic and applied research throughout the United States. For the past 20 years his work has focused on the meat and poultry industry in North America, rural industrialization and rapid growth communities, and industrial agriculture's impact on farmers and rural communities. Don is currently studying the impact of the 2004 termination of the federal tobacco program on tobacco farmers in western Kentucky. Don was editor-in-chief of Human Organization, the leading international journal of applied social science, from 1999 through 2004, and president of the Society for... More About Author

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