To that end, ethnography
provides a means of political engagement as well.
Kullberg reshapes the definition of Martinican literature and its "outside" and "inside" by, for instance, reading Michel Leiris as part of a Martinican corpus and presenting Glissant's Soleil de la conscience as an ethnography
of metropolitan France.
opens up--in raw and transparent ways--how the combination of journalists' decisions and managerial strategies are shaping a contradictory set of practices that strives for relevance in a hypercompetitive environment.
provides ideas for further research and is very easy to work with comparatively.
Although Jackson's text is more a treatment of the question of ethnography
than an exhaustive interrogation of the history of the AHIJ it does highlight certain peculiarities.
is an alternative sociology.
The use of the term "ethnography
" as a general term for empirical research could be misleading for the reader who either expects this book to contain ethnographies or takes this book's contents to define ethnography
Herrmans' practice-based ethnography
of belian is primarily concerned with the latter (though ritual and myth).
Writing Culture: The Poetics and Politics of Ethnography
[Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1986]) or Michael Jackson with his dialectical dialogue (as in Michael Jackson, Minima Ethnographica: Intersubjectvity and the Anthropological Project [Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998]).
It is indeed a bit surprising that Mimica doesn't tee off more fully against works that do purport to centrally engage Foucault with Melanesian ethnography
Dwight Conquergood, Cultural Struggles: Performance, Ethnography
, Praxis, edited and with an introduction by E.
A broad spectrum of perspectives and methodologies is presented: Actor-Network-Theory and post-Actor-Network-Theory, performativity theory, ethnography
, discourse analysis, Sense-Making Methodology, visual ethnography
, multi-sited ethnography
, and Social Network Analysis.