This book provides practical advice on the learning and teaching perspectives of ethnography, including what undertaking research looks like and the experiences it will bring. It considers what it means to be and become an educational ethnographer and builds on an inextricable entanglement between the researchers’ field of study and their research trajectories.
With a range of carefully chosen international contributions, this book uses a variety of practical case studies to provide further information about the pros and cons of this research perspective. Chapter authors share the knowledge and experience gained from the research and how it has affected their approach to social phenomena.
This book is an ideal introduction for anyone considering research approach or becoming an educational ethnographer and will be of interest to researchers already working in this field.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
part Part I|64 pages
Becoming as moving researcher positionality
part Part II|38 pages
Becoming as an onto-epistemological framework
part Part III|35 pages
Becoming as a concept that allows to re-signify the subjectivity