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The Ethnographer's Method


Volume: 46
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Ethnography

June 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

Alex Stewart

Alex Stewart joined Marquette University in 2000 after ten years on the faculty of Texas Tech University. He is a past Chair of the Entrepreneurship Division of the Academy of Management, Program Chair and Co-Convener of the Organization Science Winter Conference, and Program Chair of the Family Enterprise Research Conference (for which he serves on the board). He has taught in virtually all levels for many different student groups and enjoyed them all, and currently focuses on leading the Entrepreneurship major and launching a non-business minor for MU undergraduates. His emerging research will focus on the photo-ethnographic study of... More About Author

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