2 edition of Transforming ethnographic knowledge found in the catalog.
Transforming ethnographic knowledge
Hardin, Rebecca Ph. D.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Rebecca Hardin and Kamari Maxine Clarke|
|LC Classifications||GN316 .T87 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780299248741, 9780299248734|
|LC Control Number||2011052830|
Books shelved as ethnographic-methods: Qualitative Interviewing: The Art of Hearing Data by Herbert J. Rubin, Working with Stories in Your Community Or O. The aim of this chapter is to conceptualise this trajectory, not as an example of ‘going native’ or methodological opportunism (my own interpretation for quite a while), but as a process of transforming ethnography into a device of knowledge co-production.
Book Review Book Review WILLIAMS, TERRY the voices of Harlem, sprinkling them throughout the book, so that Harlem residents might hear themselves and, if they so desire, learn about their community from a middle-class academicâ s exposition. For Jackson, Harlemworld is a metaphorical â multi-placeâ where race and class are displayed in all their . Request PDF | Transforming Indigenous Learning using a Visual Ethnographic exploration in understanding Ngarrindjeri Elders Knowledge: A Narrative Inquiry | .
Barbara Blummer, Jeffrey M. Kenton, in Improving Student Information Search, Transcripts of problem-solving activity using prefigured codes. We followed the ethnographic approach outlined by Pink () in the analysis of the transcripts from the problem-solving activity and post-activity interview. Pink described ethnography as a “process of creating and representing knowledge (about. Recent writing associated with anthropology's “ontological turn” has worked to transform the familiar trope of ethnography as a mode of translation. In place of popular conceptions of social anthropology as the more-or-less faithful transmission of other peoples' cultural meanings, these approaches frame the ethnographer's task as that of generating novel concepts and terminology—ones Cited by:
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In Transforming Ethnographic Knowledge, anthropologists trace the changes they have seen in ethnography as a method and as an intellectual approach, and they offer examples of ethnography’s role in social change and its capacity to transform its : Paperback.
Transforming Ethnographic Knowledge. Edited by Rebecca Hardin and Kamari Maxine Clarke. An engaging, reflective, and deeply personal book that prompts a rethinking of both the limits and possibilities of ethnography. The ethnographic methods that anthropologists first developed to study other cultures—fieldwork, participant observation, dialogue—are now being adapted for a broad array.
In Transforming Ethnographic Knowledge, anthropologists trace the changes they have seen in ethnography as a method and as an intellectual approach, and they offer examples of ethnography’s role in social change and its capacity to transform its practitioners.
In “Transforming Ethnographic Knowledge,” anthropologists trace the changes they have seen in ethnography as a method and as an intellectual approach, and they offer examples of ethnography’s role in social change and its capacity to transform its practitioners.
Print book: State or province government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: Traces the changes anthropologists have seen in ethnography as a method and as an intellectual approach, and offers examples of ethnography's role in social change and its capacity to transform.
UWP: Hardin & Clarke: Transforming Ethnographic Knowledge page 52 52 sidney mintz other things, too. But they were not Western, or big, or literate, or based on machines, or prodigal in consumption of fossil fuels, or urban, or anonymous in their social relations; and their economic systems were qualitatively different from our by: 3.
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Book Description. Contemporary Ethnographies is a call to use ethnography in imaginative ways, adjusting to rapidly evolving social circumstances. It is based on a reflexive and theoretically grounded exploration of the author’s two main research projects – the study of the spiritist possession cult of María Lionza in Venezuela, and the analysis of the contemporary exhumation of Civil War.
CHAPTER 5 Transforming “The Peoples of the USSR”: Ethnographic Exhibits and the Evolutionary Timeline (pp. ) Inethnographers’ lectures and ethnographic exhibits celebrated the exotic dress, traditional culture, and religious beliefs of the diverse.
In Transforming Ethnographic Knowledge, anthropologists trace the changes they have seen in ethnography as a method and as an intellectual approach, and they offer examples of ethnography\'s role in social change and its capacity to transform its practitioners. "This book is particularly useful to educators for its example of the role that long-term community-based and ethnographic research can play in transforming schooling." — CHOICE "As a detailed study of applied ethnography in on local context, this book should be valuable for all professionals working cross culturally, especially in Cited by: 4.
Paul Atkinson is Distinguished Professor of Sociology at Cardiff University, UK. He has conducted and directed ethnographic research in medical, educational and cultural settings. His publications include The Ethnographic Imagination (), Medical Talk and Medical Work (), Making Sense of Qualitative Data (with Amanda Coffey, ) and Ethnography: Principles in Practice (with Martyn.
Transforming ethnographic knowledge. Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press. MLA Citation. Hardin, Rebecca. and Clarke, Kamari Maxine. Transforming ethnographic knowledge / edited by Rebecca Hardin and Kamari Maxine Clarke The University of Wisconsin Press Madison Australian/Harvard Citation.
Hardin, Rebecca. & Clarke, Kamari Maxine. Anthropology and Ethnography. Click the icon below the book image to add the title to your shopping cart. City of Neighborhoods Memory, Folklore, and Ethnic Place in Boston Transforming Ethnographic Knowledge Edited by Rebecca Hardin and Kamari Maxine Clarke Spring Transnational Ifa: The Readings of the Year and the Contemporary Economies of Orisa Religious Knowledge IN Sacred Knowledge, Sacred Power: Ifa Divination in West Africa and The African Diaspora.
Edited by Jacob K. Olupona. Ethnography and the ethnographic is a method and a theory and a material object (“the book”) and a position in the world. As Sherry Ortner puts it in her book Anthropology and Social Theory, ethnography “has always meant the attempt to understand another life world using the self—as much as it of possible—as the instrument of.
Books. Transforming Ethnographic Knowledge Septem Mirrors of Justice Septem Globalization and Race Septem Forthcoming Titles Septem Mapping Yoruba Networks Septem Fictions of Justice Septem "This book is particularly useful to educators for its example of the role that long-term community-based and ethnographic research can play in transforming schooling." — CHOICE "As a detailed study of applied ethnography in on local context, this book should be valuable for all professionals working cross culturally, especially in.
Transforming Ethnography of results and notification of interested parties happens through publication of academic papers and books, through who we are accountable to, what constitutes ethical behavior, what constitutes an advance in knowledge, what an argument should look like, what counts as evidence, what is a standard of proof, and.
Books shelved as ethnographies: In Search of Respect by Philippe Bourgois, Guests of the Sheik: An Ethnography of an Iraqi Village by Elizabeth Warnock F.Transforming Ethnographic Knowledge Transforming Ethnographic Knowledge was edited by Rebecca Hardin and Kamari Maxine Clarke and published by The University of Wisconsin Press in August .(Download PDF) Corinne A.
Kratz, Professor Emerita Emory University and Museum of International Folk Art1 Let me start with an observation from almost a decade ago: museums are not just a place or institution.
Reproduced, adapted and transformed globally, they “have become a portable social technology, a set of museological processes through which statements [about history.