Fieldwork and families : constructing new models for ethnographic research / edited by Juliana Flinn, Leslie Marshall, Jocelyn Armstrong.
By: Flinn, Juliana
Contributor(s): Marshall, Leslie B | Armstrong, Jocelyn | Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania. Annual meeting ((1991: Victoria, B). C. )Language: English Publisher: Honolulu : University of Hawai'i Press, 1998.Description: ix, 229p. ; 23cm.ISBN: 0824819888
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"This work grew out of a session at the 1991 annual meeting of the Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania, in Victoria, BC." (cf. Pref.) - References: p.211-224. - Contents: Fieldwork and a family / R.G. Goodenough; Both ways through the looking glass / S.S. Gilmore; The anthropologist, the mother and the cross-cultured child / H. Young Leslie; Through the eyes of a child / B. Burns McGrath; Family and other uncontrollables / J. Linnokin; Field and family on Pohnpei / Glenn Petersen, Grace Petersen; Single woman, married woman, mother or me? / J. Flinn; Dancing on the music of time / Karen Sinclair; Border-crossing in Tonga / Tamar Gordon; Fictive families in the field / D.R. & Dorothy A. Counts; The inadvertent acquisition of kinship / W.R. Thurston; Shifting stances, differing glances: the Marshall Islands / L.M. Carucci; Reflections / A.M. Tietjen; Fieldwork relations and ethnographic presence / M.D. Dominy.