This Book Presents A Model For Analyzing And Evaluating Ethnographic Arguments It Examines The Relationship Between The Claims Anthropologists Make About Human Behavior And The Data They Use To Warrant Them Jacobson Analyzes The Textual Organization Of Ethnographies, Focusing On The Ways In Which Problems, Interpretations, And Data Are Put Together He Examines In Detail A Limited Number Of Well Known Ethnographic Cases, Which Are Selected To Illustrate Basic Theoretical Frameworks And Modes Of Analysis By Advancing A Method For Assessing Ethnographic Accounts, The Book Contributes To The Current Debate On The Role Of Rhetoric And Reflexivity In Anthropology
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- 148 pages
- Reading Ethnography
- David C. Jacobson
- 10 May 2018 David C. Jacobson