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Ethnography unbound : from theory shock to critical praxis /

Other Authors: Brown, Stephen Gilbert, 1949-, Dobrin, Sidney I., 1967-
Format: eBook
Language: English
Published: Albany : State University of New York Press, ℗♭2004.
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction:
  • New writers of the cultural sage: from postmodern theory shock to critical praxis /
  • Stephen Gilbert Brown,
  • Sidney I. Dobrin
  • I. THEORETICAL AND RHETORICAL PERSPECTIVES
  • Critical ethnography, ethics, and work: rearticulating labor /
  • Bruce Horner
  • Mediating materiality and discursivity: critical ethnography as metageneric learning /
  • Mary Jo Reiff
  • The ethnographic experience of postmodern literacies /
  • Christopher Schroeder
  • Shifting figures: rhetorical ethnography /
  • Gwen Gorzelsky
  • Writing program redesign: learning from ethnographic inquriy, civic rhetoric, and the history of rhetorical education /
  • Lynee Lewis Gaillet
  • II. PLACE-CONSCIOUS ETHNOGRAPHIC SITUATING PRAXIS IN THE FIELD
  • Open to change: ethos, identification, and critical ethnography in composition studies /
  • Robert Brooke,
  • Charlotte Hogg
  • State standards in the United States and the national curriculum in the United Kingdom: political siege engines against teacher professionalism? /
  • John Sylvester Lofty
  • Debating ecology: ethnographic writing that "makes a difference" /
  • Sharon McKenzie Stevens
  • III. THE NOMADIC SELF: REORGANIZING THE SELF IN THE FIELD
  • Critical auto/ethnography: a constructive approach to research in the composition classroom /
  • Susan S. Hanson
  • Unsituating the subject: "locating" composition and ethnography in mobile worlds /
  • Christopher Keller
  • Protean subjectivities: qualitative research and the inclusion of the personal /
  • Janet Alsup
  • IV. ETHNOGRAPHIES OF CULTURAL CHANGE
  • Changing directions: participatory-action research, agency, and representation /
  • Bronwyn T. Williams,
  • Mary Brydon-Miller
  • Just what are we talking about? /
  • Disciplinary struggle and the ethnographic imaginary /
  • Lance Massey
  • V. TEXTS AND (CON)TEXTS: INTERTEXTUAL VOICES
  • The ethics of reading critical ethnography /
  • Min-Zhan Lu
  • Beyond theory shock: ethos, knowledge, and power in critical ethnography /
  • Stephen Gilbert Brown.