Being Here and Being There: Fieldwork Encounters and Ethnographic Discoveries / Edition 1

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Contemporary ethnography is much too large, too diverse, too contentious to be represented in its entirety in a single collection of articles. This unique volume of The Annals, offers the rare chance to learn what ethnographers are doing in the field as well as the different approaches taken and styles used in conducting fieldwork. It also provides poignant insight for public policy students and practitioners.

The articles included in this volume reflect a wide range of stories and researchers from around the country and around the world. Taken together they provide the big picture of the challenges and boons of fieldwork and examined experiences.

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Table of Contents

Preface - Elijah Anderson, Scott N. Brooks, Raymond Gunn, and Nikki Jones
Introduction - Robert M. Emerson
The Cosmopolitan Canopy - Elijah Anderson
Why Girls Fight: Female Youth Violence in the Inner City - Cindy D. Ness
It's Not Where You Live, It's How You Live ": How Young Women Negotiate Conflict and Violence in the Inner City - Nikki Jones
Inner-City "Schoolboy" Life - Raymond Gunn
"Putting the Blessings on Him ": Vouching and Basketball Status Work - Scott N. Brooks
The Emotional Experience of Class: Interpreting Working-Class Kids' Street Racing in Helsinki - Heli Vaaranen
The Ethnography of Imagined Communities: The Cultural Production of Sikh Ethnicity in Britain - Kathleen D. Hall
Deindustrialization and Museumification: From Exhibited Memory to Forgotten History - Octave Debary
Paris Plage: "The City Is Ours" - Michele de La Pradelle and Emmanuelle Lallement
W.E.B. Du Bois's Sociology: The Philadelphia Negro and Social Science - Tukufu Zuberi
Using the History of the Chicago Tradition of Sociology for Empirical Research - Jean-Michel Chapoulie
The Making of Black Metropolis - Henri Peretz
Discovering Ink: A Mentor for an Historical Ethnography - William Kornblum
Beyond Mysterium Tremendum: Thoughts toward an Aesthetic Study of Religious Experience - Omar M. Mc Roberts
Experimental Ethnography: The Marriage of Qualitative and Ouantitative Research - Lawrence W. Sherman and Heather Strang
The Liberty Bell: A Meditiation on Labor, Liberty, and the Cultural Mediations That Connect or Disconnect Them - Paul Willis
Bureaucracies of Mass Deception: Institutional Review Boards and the Ethnics of Ethnographic Research - Charles L. Bosk and Raymond G. De Vries
On the Value of Ethnography: Sociology and Public Policy, a Dialogue - Howard S. Becker, Herbert J. Gans, Katherine S. Newman, and Diane Vaughan
With Comments by - Jean-Michel Chapoulie
On the Rhetoric and Politics of Ethnographic Methodology - Jack Katz
Observations and Reflections of a Perpetual Fieldworker - Renee C. Fox
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