Doing team ethnography: warnings and advice

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Sage Publications, 1998 - Social Science - 70 pages
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Whether the goals of research are applied or more abstract, team research has been an important aspect of ethnography. In Doing Team Ethnography, the latest volume in the Qualitative Research Methods series, authors Ken Erickson and Donald Stull examine the myriad of challenges and opportunities in doing team ethnography. From setting goals and putting together a team, to observing, sharing, and collaborating on a finished product, Doing Team Ethnography provides clear and practical advice to researchers at any level or in any discipline.

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About the author (1998)

Donald D. Stull is professor and past chair of anthropology at the University of Kansas. For almost 30 years, he has conducted basic and applied research throughout the United States. He has authored or coauthored some 40 scholarly articles and chapters and 2 books, produced 3 nationally distributed documentaries, and edited or co edited 4 collections of original essays. From 1988 to 1990, he directed a team of six social scientists in a Ford Foundation study of changing ethnic relations in Garden City, Kansas. In 1995, Stull received the Omer C. Stewart Memorial Award for exemplary achievement from the High Plains Society for Applied Anthropology. In 2001, he was presented with the key to Garden City, Kansas, in recognition of the value of his work to that community.

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