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(n.d. Center for Public Interest Anthropology, Univ of Pennsylvania. Retrieved from Internet Archive, 14 August 2011) A series of brief articles providing general, simplified information about doing ethnography.
(5th ed. Altamira, 2011) The standard handbook for the topic. Offers individual chapters on specific techniques, e.g., participant observation, direct or indirect observation, text analysis, unstructured/semistructured/questionnaire interviewing, and more.
Ebook and print. 2nd ed. 7 vols. Altamira Press, 2010-2016.
Individual volumes describe planning, conducting, notation, and reporting techniques, as well as mixed methods approaches. The 1st edition, 7 vols. (1999) is arranged in a more practical fashion.
(2nd ed. Rowman & Littlefield, 2014)
More broad than Bernard's Research methods and more contemporary in the cultural domains it covers. Includes chapters on geospatical analysis, social network analysis, ethnography of online cultures, and a useful section on applying and presenting information.
(4 vols. SAGE, 2005) Classic article reprints describing and illustrating the origins and definitions of fieldwork, the fieldwork experience, methods and methodology, ethics and politics in fieldwork, and analysis, outcomes, and reflections. The format can be difficult to use. See also: • Approaches to fieldwork (4 vols. SAGE, 2015).
2nd ed. (SAGE, 2014)
Aimed at qualitative and quantitative researchers planning to do development-related fieldwork, this work presents practical information and ethical issues on studying development in the field.
(Oxford Univ Press, 2020)
A recent more-than-"how to" manual on interview planning, design, conducting, and analysis using a case study. Each chapter has a good bibliography combining examples and interview theory.
(2nd ed. SAGE, 2020)
Surveys many different methods, including participatory video/photography, photoelicitation, child-produced drawings, photo diaries, repeat photography, etc. See also:
• Doing visual ethnography / Sarah Pink. (3rd ed. SAGE, 2013 and earlier eds.)
(Left Coast Press, 2013)
Print only: Museum Library GN347 .G84 2013
Presents examples and practices in photovoice, film and video, GIS, and digital storytelling as ethnography. See also:
• Handbook of participatory video / Elisabeth-Jane Milne et al., eds. (Rowman & Littlefield, 2012)