The Ethnographer's Method
In one of the latest volumes in the Qualitative Research Methods series, author Alex Stewart helps beginning ethnographers and their professors devise a clearly articulated explanation of their methods. He asserts that norms about discussing methods in ethnographies are underdeveloped and that this can be detrimental for ethnographers seeking funding, or positive reviews in non-ethnographic journals. This book considers what ought to be normative in methods discussions within ethnographyùfrom the research design to the end product. Clear, concise, and practical.
Thousand Oaks, CA
Ethnology-- Fieldwork, Methodology, Participant observation
Management Sciences and Quantitative Methods