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eBook Innovations In Educational Ethnography:  Theories, Methods, And Results epub
  • ISBN: 0805845313
  • Author: George Spindler,Lorie Hammond
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Psychology Press; 1 edition (March 5, 2006)
  • Pages: 416 pages
  • ePUB size: 1149 kb
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This book is set up and laid out very thoughtfully.

This book is set up and laid out very thoughtfully. provides the reader with a clear picture of the theoretical background of ethnography and great examples of the application of ethnographic approaches to educational settings. Donna Deyhle University of Utah.

Innovations in Educational Ethnography: Theory, Methods, and Results is a product of both continuity and change. It presents current writings from mentors in the field of ethnography and education, as well of the work of their students, and of educators engaged in cultural studies of their work.

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Innovations in Educational Ethnography book. Innovations in Educational Ethnography: Theory, Methods, and Results is a product of both continuity and change

Innovations in Educational Ethnography book. Innovations in Educational Ethnography: Theory, Methods, and Results is a product of both continuity and change.

ByGeorge Spindler, Lorie Hammond. This book is the work of many hands, and provides excellent examples of trends in both basic and applied ethnography of education. First Published 2006.

In Innovations in Educational Ethno-graphy. Spindler, an anthropologist, contends that ethnography is a discipline that seeks to describe and understand cultural experiences of others. George Spindler and Lorie Hammond, eds. Pp. 3–31. Sex and Temperament in Three Primitive Societies The Evocation of Psychologically Relevant Responses in Ethnological Field Work. Continuities in Psychological Anthropology. Hammond, a teacher educator, maintains that practitioners can adapt ethnographic tools to solve practice-related problems.

Semantic Scholar profile for George Dearborn Spindler, with fewer than 50 highly . Innovations in educational ethnography : theory, methods, and results. George Dearborn Spindler, Lorie A. Hammond.

Semantic Scholar profile for George Dearborn Spindler, with fewer than 50 highly influential citations. George Spindler, a trained anthropologist, contends tha. More). Education and Cultural Process: Anthropological Approaches. Part I: Theoretical and Methodological Explorations in Ethnography. K. Powell, Inside-Out and Outside-In

Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Personal Name: Spindler, George Dearborn.

Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Rubrics: Educational anthropology Ethnology. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

Charles B. Hutchison is an Assistant Professor at The University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

This volume focuses on and exemplifies how ethnography--a research tool devoted to looking at human interaction as a cultural process rather than individual psychology--can shed light on educational processes framed by the complex, internationalized societies in which we live today. Part I offers theoretical chapters about ethnography and examples of innovative ethnography from particular perspectives. In Part II, the emphasis is on the application of ethnographic approaches to educational settings.Each contribution not only takes the reader on a thoughtful and enlightening journey, but raises issues that are important to both educators and ethnographers, including the relationship of researcher to subject, the meaning of "participant" in participant observation, and ways to give voice to disenfranchised players, and on the complex ways in which all parties experience identities such as "race" in the modern world.Innovations in Educational Ethnography: Theory, Methods, and Results is a product of both continuity and change. It presents current writings from mentors in the field of ethnography and education, as well of the work of their students, and of educators engaged in cultural studies of their work. In many ways it provides fresh, new vistas on the old questions that have always guided ethnographic research, and can be used as a survey both of what ethnography has been and what it is becoming.This book is the work of many hands, and provides excellent examples of trends in both basic and applied ethnography of education. These two kinds of work augment and reinforce each other, and also represent important current research directions--in-depth reflection on the process of ethnography itself, and an application of its insights to teaching and learning in schools, universities, and communities. No one philosophy guides the contributions to this volume, nor were they chosen as exemplary of a particular approach, yet foundational understandings and principles of ethnography shine through the work, in both predictable and unexpected ways.
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