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Author: Paul Atkinson
ISBN: 080393937X
Pages: 108 pages
Publisher: Sage Publications, Incorporated; 1 edition (May 1, 1992)
Language: English
Category: Social Sciences
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e-Book Understanding Ethnographic Texts (Qualitative Research Methods) epub download

by Paul Atkinson



In this volume, Paul Atkinson presents useful advice on how to read, and therefore how to write, ethnography. Paul Atkinson is Emeritus Professor of Sociology at Cardiff University. His current interest is the work of artists and craft workers.

In this volume, Paul Atkinson presents useful advice on how to read, and therefore how to write, ethnography. He examines how ethnographers create field notes and how they do interview transcriptions.

May 1992 58 pages SAGE Publications, Inc. Download flyer Recommend to Library. This is precisely what Paul Atkinson does for his readers in Understanding Ethnographic Texts, the first "how to" book of its kind. He provides basic, yet significant, lessons for ethnographers going about the business of writing up their findings. He uses the postmodernist premise that ethnography is not an unbiased, scientific view of "the field setting," but rather a construction of the ethnographer. From this, Atkinson offers useful advice on how to read, and then how to write ethnography. The fourth book in his quartet will be Crafting Ethnography, also for SAGE.

By (author) Paul Atkinson. In this volume, Paul Atkinson presents useful advice on how to read, and therefore how to write, ethnography. He examines how ethnographers create field notes and how they do interview transcriptions, inevitably revealing the author's hand. He outlines various literary conventions used in ethnographic writing and points out some of the recent experiments that have departed from traditional ethnographic style.

Understanding Ethnographic Texts book. 080393937X (ISBN13: 9780803939370).

PDF This chapter describes the use of online ethnographical methods as a potent way to reach qualitative understanding of. .

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That is why it increases the quality of the data and improves the understanding that you want to receive. 1. In-depth interview. It involves a personal interview with a single respondent.

Paul Atkinson enables us not merely to do ethnography, but truly to think ethnographically.

In this volume, Paul Atkinson presents useful advice on how to read, and therefore how to write, ethnography. He examines how ethnographers create field notes and how they do interview transcriptions, inevitably revealing the author′s hand. He outlines various literary conventions used in ethnographic writing and points out some of the recent experiments that have departed from traditional ethnographic style. He links these to an analysis of the contributions of postmodernist theory to ethnographic work.