How to Read Ethnography
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How to Read Ethnography by Paloma Gay y Blasco
Book DescriptionHow to Read Ethnography is an invaluable guide to approaching anthropological texts. Laying bare the central conventions of ethnographic writing, it helps students to develop a critical understanding of texts and explains how to identify and analyse the core ideas in order to apply these ideas to other areas of study. Above all it enables students to read ethnographies anthropologically and to develop an anthropological imagination of their own. Combining lucid explanations with selections from key texts, this excellent guide is ideal reading for those new to the subject or in need of a refresher course. * Includes excerpts from key ethnographies * Offers balanced and progressive reader activities and exercises * Provides reading exercises, a glossary and full chapter summaries * Teaches an independent approach to the study of anthropology
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780415328661
(234mm x 156mm x 18mm)
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Publish Date: 12-Oct-2006
Country of Publication: United Kingdom
Books By Author Paloma Gay y Blasco
How to Read Ethnography, Paperback (October 2006)
Laying bare the central conventions of ethnographic writing, this book helps students to develop a critical understanding of texts and explains how to identify and analyse the core ideas in order to apply these ideas to other areas of study. It offers balanced and progressive reader activities and exercises.
Gypsies in Madrid, Paperback (July 1999)» View all books by Paloma Gay y Blasco
Throughout the 20th century, Spanish people have deployed conflicting sexual moralities in their struggle for political supremacy within the state. The author visualizes the "impermanent" nature of the Gitano (Spanish Gypsy) social order and the absence of community or society.
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Author Biography - Paloma Gay y Blasco
Queens University, Belfast, UK
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