Constructing the Field

Constructing the Field

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Ethnographic fieldwork is traditionally seen as what distinguishes social and cultural anthropology from the other social sciences. This collection responds to the inte nsifying scrutiny of fieldwork in recent years. It challenges the idea of the necessity for the total immersion of the ethnographer in the field, and for the clear separation of professional and personal areas of activity. The very existence of 'the field' as an entity separate from everyday life is questioned. Fresh perspectives on contemporary fieldwork are provided by diverse case-studies from across North America and Europe. These contributions give a thorough appraisal of what fieldwork is and should be, and an extra dimension is added through fascinating accounts of the personal experiences of anthropologists in the field.But my dada#39;s not too pleased with me at the moment because I just broke our 10a€“ inch chainsaw, trying to cut through a telegraph pole. So Ia#39;ll have to repair that soon. Also my ... He continues with number 7, concerning his local roots and links to family and friends: a#39;One of my schoolfriends...trace some of my schoolfriends.

Title:Constructing the Field
Author:Vered Amit
Publisher:Routledge - 2003-12-16


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