Interpreting the field : accounts of ethnography / edited by Dick Hobbs and Tim May.
By: Hobbs, Dick
Contributor(s): May, TimLanguage: English Publisher: Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1993.Description: xx, 247p. ; 22cm.ISBN: 0198258410
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Includes bibl. references.
Contents: I, Field work. "Like that Desmond Morris?" / Gary Armstrong; Peers, careers and academic fears / D. Hobbs; II, Politics. Feelings matter / T. May; Taking sides: partisan research on the 1984-1985 miner's strike / Penny Green; III, Ethics. Some ethical considerations on field-work with the police / Clive Norris; Dealing with data / Jane Fountain; IV, Women and ethnography. Greenham revisited / S. Roseneil; Racism, sexuality and the process of ethnographic research / H.L. Ackers.