Ethnography and the City: Readings on Doing Urban Fieldwork

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Richard E. Ocejo
Routledge, Nov 12, 2012 - Social Science - 272 pages
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The only collection of its kind on the market, this reader gathers the work of some of the most esteemed urban ethnographers in sociology and anthropology. Broken down into sections that cover key aspects of ethnographic research, Ethnography and the City will expose readers to important works in the field, while also guiding students to the study of method as they embark on their own work.

 

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Contents

Sociologys Urban Explorers
1
Part I Data Collection Strategies
15
Part II Relationships With Participants
147
References
239
Copyright Acknowledgments
249
Index
251
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Richard E. Ocejo is Assistant Professor of Sociology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice of the City University of New York (CUNY), where he teaches research methods and urban sociology. His research uses ethnographic methods to analyze urban and community issues, culture, public space, and work in the contemporary city.

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