Designing and Conducting Ethnographic Research

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The Ethnographer's Toolkit series begins with this primer, which introduces novice and expert practitioners alike to the process of ethnographic research, including answers to questions such as who should and can do ethnography, when it is used most fruitfully, and how research projects are carried out from conceptualization to the uses of research results. Written in practical, straightforward language, this new edition defines the qualitative research enterprise, links research strategies to theoretical paradigms, and outlines the ways in which an ethnographic study can be designed. Use Designing and Conducting Ethnographic Research as a guide to the entire Toolkit or as a stand-alone introduction to ethnographic research. Editorial Reviews Susan Greenbaum LeCompte & Schensul's Ethnographer's Toolkit is a classic methods text in applied anthropology. The authors combine highly accessible writing, extremely pertinent examples, and a grounded approach to social inquiry that is both creative and versatile. The new edition of the introductory book in the series, Designing and Conducting Ethnographic Research, represents a substantial revision of the previous edition. This edition includes new discussions of the influence of ethnicity and power, expanded entries on design and analysis, and greater emphases on team and partnership building. This text is highly recommended for both graduate and undergraduate students in anthropology and related disciplines. Janette Klingner This is an excellent book. It is comprehensive, balanced, and thoughtfully written, with frequent examples from a range of disciplines that bring the text to life. The many definitions and cross references are quite helpful. It includes the best description of various research paradigms, epistemologies, and designs I have seen. Federico Cintron-Moscoso Designing and conducting ethnographic research has never made so much sense. In this first volume, LeCompte and Schensul untangle the messiness of ethnographic research in a dynamic yet evident and comprehensive way. With accessible language, relevant examples, and easy-to-adapt checklists and models, this remarkable introduction to the Ethnographer's Toolkit series, now in its second edition, will become a favorite among researchers of all levels and across disciplines. This book provides incomparable insight on an array of research paradigms and topics, resulting in a great resource for those interested in community and institutional ethnographic research, as well as those looking to increase community participation and more democratic knowledge production.

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