Rinehart, Robert E.

Ethnographic Worldviews

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Table of contents

1. Proem: Engaging Contemporary Ethnography Across the Disciplines
Robert E. Rinehart, Karen N. Barbour, Clive C. Pope

Part I. Social Justice and Transformation: Theoretical Ethnographic Visions

2. Social Justice, Transformation and Indigenous Methodologies
Linda Tuhiwai Smith

3. Amazwi Abesifazane and Mapula: Alternative Spaces of Narrative, Disclosure and Empowerment in Post-apartheid South Africa
Annette Blum

4. Advanced Marginalization and Re-criminalization of Undocumented Workers in the U.S.
Kennosuke Tanaka

5. Finding a Space for English: A Case Study of How a Māori-Medium School Negotiates the Teaching of Māori and English
Richard Hill

6. Negotiating Safe and Unsafe Space: Participation, Discomfort and Response-Ability in Higher Education Institute Transformation in South Africa
Helen Macdonald

Part II. Practice and Advocacy: Doing Ethnography on the Ground

7. Living and Learning Together: Principled Practice for Engagement and Social Transformation in the East Kimberley Region of Western Australia
Neil Drew

8. The Journey to a Good Life: Exploring Personal and Organisational Transformation Through Digital Storytelling
Elaine Bliss, Janelle Fisher

9. Toi tu te whenua, toi tu te tangata: A Holistic Māori Approach to Flood Management
Liz Proctor

10. One Woman, One Too Many
Lisa Hayes

11. Co-creating Visual Theories of Change with Treaty and Decolonisation Activists
Ingrid L. M. Huygens

Part III. Emerging Methods: Traditional, Experimental, Transgressive Forms

12. Sustaining Fish-Human Communities? A More-Than-Human Question
Elspeth Probyn

13. Acts of Representation: A Labour of Love
Karen N. Barbour

14. Battered in the Media: The Value of Theorizing as a Method for Lessening the Pain of Lived Experience
Toni Bruce

15. The ‘Insider’s View’ in Media Studies: A Case Study of the Performance Ethnography of Mobile Media
Kyoung-hwa Yonnie Kim

16. Erica’s Story: A Poetic Representation of Loss and Struggle
Vivienne Elizabeth, Nicola Gavey, Julia Tolmie

Part IV. Afterword

17. A Critical Performance Pedagogy That Matters
Norman K. Denzin

Keywords: Social Sciences, Anthropology, Regional and Cultural Studies, Cross Cultural Psychology

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