Multi-Sited Ethnography : Theory, Praxis and Locality in Contemporary Research.
Multi-Sited Ethnography has established itself as a fully-fledged research method among anthropologists and sociologists in recent years. It responds to the challenge of combining multi-sited work with the need for in-depth analysis, allowing for a more considered study of social worlds. Its clear c...
|Main Author:||Falzon, Mark-Anthony.|
- Arbitrary locations : in defence of the bounded field-site / Matei Candea
- What if there is no elephant? : towards a conception of an un-sited field / Joanna Cook, James Laidlaw, and Jonathan Mair
- Scaling and visualizing multi-sited ethnography / Kim Fortun
- In the right place at the right time? : reflections on multi-sited ethnography in the age of migration / Ester Gallo
- Emplacement and environmental relations in multi-sited practice/theory / Caroline Gatt
- Expanding sites : the question of depth explored / Cindy Horst
- Follow the missionary : connected and disconnected flows of meaning in the Norwegian mission society / Ingie Hovland
- Localizing climate change : a multi-sited approach / Werner Krauss
- Changing places : the advantages of multi-sited ethnography / Karen Isaksen Leonard
- Multi-sited ethnography : notes and queries / George E. Marcus
- Strong collaboration as a method for multi-sited ethnography : on mycorrhizal relations / Matsutake Worlds Research Group
- Bridging boundaries with a transnational research approach : a simultaneous matched sample methodology / Valentina Mazzucato
- Contours of the field(s) : multi-sited ethnography as a theory-driven research strategy for sociology / Eva Nadai and Christoph Maeder
- Traversing cultural sites : doing ethnography among Sudanese migrants in Germany / Cordula Weisskoppel.