Shane, The Lone Ethnographer is an accessible and entertaining introduction to ethnography. Campbell Galman walks the reader through the process of doing ethnographic research, via her comic character Shane, the Lone Ethnographer, on the campus of an unnamed university. For the novice researcher about to embark on fieldwork in qualitative research methods, this is an excellentand the only comic-bookintroduction. Her text will delight and inform students who are learning ethnographic methods in anthropology, education, and other social science courses.
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About the Author
Sally Campbell Galman teaches in the School of Education, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Table of Contents
1 Chapter 1: Alone on the Range, "A Fistful of Reserve Reading" 2 Chapter 2: Whither Ethnography? Or, Showdown at the Paradigm Corral 3 Chapter 3: The Good, the Bad, and the Beginner! 4 Chapter 4: Wanted: Theoretical Framework, Dead or Alive 5 Chapter 5: IRB, From the People Who Brought You the IRS 6 Chapter 5 1/2: STOP: Safety and Sanity in the Field 7 Chapter 6: Ethnographic Data Collection Methods! 8 Chapter 7: Dealing with and Analyzing the Data 9 Chapter 8: Writing Up Your Results! 10 Final Thoughts 11 Ethnography, A to Z