Para-Ethnography

Douglas R. Holmes & George E. Marcus

In: The SAGE Encyclopedia of Qualitative Research Methods

Para-Ethnography

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  • The concept of para-ethnography was formulated to address the challenges of pursuing anthropological ethnography within new contexts of fieldwork, notably, though not exclusively, in settings dominated by scientific knowledge and/or a technocratic ethos. The ...

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