1 edition of Ethnographic research in the construction industry found in the catalog.
Ethnographic research in the construction industry
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Sarah Pink, Dylan Tutt, and Andrew Dainty|
|Series||Routledge advances in sociology -- 76|
|LC Classifications||HD9715.A2 .E86 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780415603430, 9780203834671|
|LC Control Number||2012008135|
Ethnographic Research presents, in a single volume, a selection of ten recently published studies intended to illustrate the variety of social research which is currently being conducted within the ethnographic tradition. Together with an accompanying editorial introduction and a carefully selected range of Guided Reading Exercises, this text should provide students with a solid grounding of. Reviews "Harassed is an important, insightful text that should become a staple for research methods classes in anthropology, sociology, and women’s and gender studiesThis is a must-read for anyone conducting or supervising ethnographic research Highly recommended."—CHOICE"A groundbreaking contribution and a long overdue publication about the .
Dylan Tutt is the author of Ethnographic Research in the Construction Industry ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ) and Ethnographic Re 4/5(1). Ethnographic Theory-Building Research in Construction Andreas F. Phelps, Ph.D., P.E.1; and Michael J. Horman, Ph.D.2 Abstract: Traditional construction research methods have enabled focused but narrow advances in our understanding of industry phenomena. While contributing new insight, these methods are often not adequate to enable understanding of the complex interactions that. Introducing ethnographic research in the construction industry Pink, S, Tutt, D and Dainty, A , 'Introducing ethnographic research in the construction industry' in Sarah Pink, Dylan Tutt and Andrew Dainty (ed.) Ethnographic Research in the Construction Industry, Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. Cited by: 5.
The ethnographic focal point may include intensive language and culture learning, intensive study of a single field or domain, and a blend of historical, observational, and interview methods. Typical ethnographic research employs three kinds of data collection: interviews, observation, and Size: KB. Researching the social: an introduction to ethnographic research The aim of this Reader is to illustrate the innovation and variety within recent ethnographic research. It will be of interest to academics and students across the social sciences but is particularly directed towards novice researchers. It includes work from a range of disciplines andFile Size: KB. Resources for Ethnographic Research Projects at the College of Charleston. Also provides provides abstracts of books, book chapters, dissertations, and conference papers. is an international and interdisciplinary forum for research using ethnographic methods to examine human behavior in natural settings. JCE brings you relevant material.
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Ethnographies Ebook provides first-hand accounts of how leading qualitative researchers crafted key theoretical concepts found in their major book-length ethnographies. Great ethnographic research lies not in the rigid execution of prescribed methodological procedures, but on the unrelenting cultivation of theoretical ideas.