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Interpretive Ethnography

Ethnographic Practices for the 21st Century

by Norman K. Denzin

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Published by Sage Publications, Inc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ethnic studies,
  • Ethnography,
  • Social Science,
  • Ethnology,
  • Archaeology / Anthropology,
  • Sociology,
  • Anthropology - Cultural,
  • Social Science / Anthropology / Cultural,
  • Social Science / Anthropology / General,
  • Authorship,
  • Methodology,
  • Philosophy

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages352
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7909145M
    ISBN 100803972997
    ISBN 109780803972995

    Book Description. Summoned by an anonymous Prosecutor, ten contemporary ethnographers gather in an aging barn to hold a trial of Alice Goffman’s controversial ethnography, On the before the trial can get underway, a one-eyed wolfdog arrives with a mysterious liquid potion capable of rendering the ethnographers invisible in their fieldsites. Interpretive Interactionism is probably intended to give a methodological program for applied social science, based on a synthesis of symbolic interactionism, hermeneutics and ethnography. The book also takes up examples from, and shares a good deal of its basic assumptions, with feminist research, as far as epistemology is concerned.

      Read "Interpretive Ethnography of Education at Home and Abroad" by available from Rakuten Kobo. This ambitious and unique volume sets a standard of excellence for research in educational ethnography. The interpretive Brand: Taylor And Francis.   The substantially updated and revised Fifth Edition of The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Research by editors Norman K. Denzin and Yvonna S. Lincoln presents the state-of-the-art theory and practice of qualitative inquiry. Representing top scholars from around the world, the editors and contributors continue the tradition of synthesizing existing literature, defining the present, and shaping 5/5(1).

      He devotes the book to explaining the elements of ethnographic thinking and building a framework for integrating ethnography into innovation projects. But Ethnographic Thinking is the opposite of the how-to technique manuals that are so popular in . Buy Interpretive Ethnography: Ethnographic Practices for the 21st Century 1 by Denzin, Norman K. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Author: Norman K. Denzin.


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Interpretive Ethnography by Norman K. Denzin Download PDF EPUB FB2

In Interpretive Ethnography, Norman K. Interpretive Ethnography book examines these changes and sounds a call to transform ethnographic writing in a manner befitting a new age. Denzin ponders the prospects, problems, and forms of ethnographic, interpretive writing as we hurtle toward the 21st century.

The author ponders the prospects, problems, and forms of ethnographic interpretive writing in the twenty-first century. He argues cogently and persuasively that postmodern ethnography is the moral discourse of the contemporary world, and that ethnographers can and should explore new types of experimental texts, performance-based texts, literary journalism and narratives of the self to form a Format: Paperback.

The author ponders the prospects, problems, and forms of ethnographic interpretive writing in the twenty-first century. He argues cogently and persuasively that postmodern ethnography is the moral 4/5(1).

Interpretive Ethnography of Education at Home and Abroad 1st Edition by Louise Spindler (Editor), George Spindler (Series Editor)Price: $ This, then, is a book about the prospects, problems, and forms of ethnographic, interpretive writing in the twenty-first century.

Sinceethnographers have been writing their way out of Clifford and Marcus's () Writing Culture. This ambitious and unique volume sets a standard of excellence for research in educational ethnography. The interpretive studies brought together in this volume are outstanding discipline-based analyses of education both in the United States and in complex societies by: The book comprises a critical essay on structural anthropology, one on “meaning” as a concept and category determined by questions of power, and other essays on how interpretive anthropology can produce ethnographic accounts and anthropological theory that connect analysis and local knowledge.

Geertz, Clifford. Like all writing, biographies are interpretive. In Interpretive Autoethnography, Norman Denzin combines one of the oldest techniques in the social sciences with one of the newest.

Bringing in elements of postmodernism and interpretive social science, he reexamines the biographical and autobiographical genres as methods. Interpretive reflexivity considers social positions within ongoing circuits of communication between researcher and researched.

Since interpretations are part of explanation in much ethnography, interpretive reflexivity widens our ability to assess causal as well as interpretive by:   Interpretive Ethnography: Ethnographic Practices for the 21st Century.

As the world's culture has become both postmodern and multinational, so too must ethnography. In this volume, Norman K Denzin examines the changes and sounds a call to transform ethnographic writing in a manner befitting a new age/5.

Ethnography also labeled the book-length report that an anthropologist wrote, using intuitive methods of analysis called ‘immersion in the data.’ The ethnography, the book, was also called a description of the culture of the community, although the culture focus was.

Bringing in elements of postmodernism and interpretive social science, Denzin re-examines the biographical and autobiographical genres as methods for qualitative researchers.

The book points up the inherent weaknesses in traditional biographical forms, and outlines a new way in which biographies should be conceptualized and shaped. Denzin, N. Ethnographic poetics and narratives of the self. In Interpretive ethnography: Ethnographic practices for the 21st century (pp.

The author ponders the prospects, problems and forms of ethnographic interpretive writing in the twenty-first century. He argues cogently and persuasively that postmodern ethnography is the moral discourse of the contemporary world, and that ethnographers can and should explore new types of experimental texts - performance-based texts, literary journalism and narratives of the self - to form a new ethics of inquiry.

phenomenology, ethnography, inductive thematic analysis and grounded theory, case There are about as many definitions of qualitative research as there are books on the subject. Some authors highlight the research purpose and focus: interpretive.

We focused on interpretive ethnography (see Denzin, ) and read from the work of June Jordan (), Ntozake Shange (), Raymond Carver (), Anna. The author ponders the prospects, problems, and forms of ethnographic interpretive writing in the twenty-first century.

He argues cogently and persuasively that postmodern ethnography is the moral discourse of the contemporary world, and that ethnographers can and should explore new types of experimental texts, performance-based texts, literary journalism and narratives of the self to form a new ethics of inquiry.

The author ponders the prospects, problems, and forms of ethnographic interpretive writing in the twenty-first century. He argues cogently and persuasively that postmodern ethnography is the moral discourse of the contemporary world, and that ethnographers can and should explore new types of experimental texts, performance-based texts, literary journalism and narratives of the self to Brand: SAGE Publications.

Interpretive Ethnography of Education at Home and Abroad book. Interpretive Ethnography of Education at Home and Abroad book. Edited By Louise Spindler, Louise Spindler. Edition 1st Edition.

First Published eBook Published 25 February Pub. location New York. Cited by: 3. Ethnography is the method who [sic] comes home to family reunions with the new mermaid tattoo, with the purple hair, with yet another belly button ring, and with a moody, melancholic artist for a girlfriend.

In this way, anthropologists could serve an important function in such digital media projects by opening up the interpretive process and production experience.

Digital Ethnography. Digital ethnography, as we define it in this book, is a method for representing real-life cultures through combining the characteristic features of digital media.In and Through Lincoln High School: Longitudinal Ethnography in an Era of Education's “Reform Churn” A Critical Ethnography of Networked Activism: Researching Activist Experiences and Practices in Hong Kong; A Mixed-Methods Ethnographic Approach for the Cultural Assessment of Risk and Well-Being in.

This interpretive ethnography describes the barbershop in a Black community as a cultural site for ethnographic exploration and description. The article defines a cultural site not only as the chosen geo-social locale of the ethnographic gaze but also as a centralized occasion within a cultural community that serves at the confluence of banal Cited by: