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Document Type:BL
Record Number:104870
Doc. No:b62415
Title & Author:Multi-sited ethnography :problems and possibilities in the translocation of research methods /edited by Simon Coleman and Pauline von Hellermann.
Publication Statement:New York :Routledge,2011.
Series Statement :Routledge advances in research methods ;3
Page. NO:vi, 219 p. ;24 cm.
ISBN:9780415965248
0415965241
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:Introduction : queries, collaborations, calibrations / Simon Coleman and Pauline von Hellermann -- Multi-sited ethnography : five or six things I know about it now / George E. Marcus -- Section A: spatialities of the field -- Researching lives in motion : multi-sited strategies in a transnational context / Kanwal Mand -- The unwelcome ethnographer, or what "our" people (may) think of multi-sited research / Ester Gallo -- Exploring Senegalese trans-local spaces : reflections on multi-sited research / Bruno Riccio -- Section B: challenging conventions? : multi-sited ethnographies of institutions and processes -- "What do you call the heathen these days" ': for and against renewal in the Norwegian mission society / Ingie Hovland -- From boardrooms to mineshafts : in pursuit of global corporate citizenship / Dinah Rajak -- Understanding HIV/AIDS in Uganda : sites and positions / Michael A. Whyte, Susan Reynolds Whyte, Jenipher Twebaze -- Multiple pathways and the price of liberation -- Migratory birds, migratory scientists, and shifting fields : the political ecology of a Northern Coastline / Werner Krauss -- The anxieties of engaging in multi-sited PhD research : reflections on researching indigenous rights processes in Venezuela / Kathryn Tomlinson -- Teaching with George Marcus (and learning from Michael Fischer) : pedagogy as multi-sited ethnography / Kaushik Sunder Rajan -- Novelty and method : reflections on global fieldwork / James Ferguson.
Subject:Ethnology-- Research.
Subject:Ethnology-- Methodology.
Subject:Ethnology-- Fieldwork.
Dewey Classification:‭305.80072‬
LC Classification:‭GN345‬‭.M845 2011‬
Added Entry:Coleman, Simon,1963-
Von Hellermann, Pauline.