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978-0-7425-0339-7 • Paperback • January 2000 • $50.00 • (£38.00)
978-0-7591-1725-9 • eBook • January 2000 • $47.50 • (£37.00)
H. L. Goodall is Professor and Head of the Hugh Downs School of Communication at Arizona State University. He is the author or co-author of 17 books including his groundbreaking ethnographic trilogy: Casing a Promised Land, Living in the Rock n' Roll Mystery and Divine Signs: Connecting Spirit to Community.
Chapter 1 On Becoming an Ethnographer in the Academy
Chapter 2 Finding the Story in Ethnographic Words
Chapter 3 Representing Ethnographic Experiences: From Fieldwork to Fieldnotes to Stories
Chapter 4 Voice, Reflexivity, and Character: The Construction of Identities in Texts
Chapter 5 The Ethics of Writing Ethnography
Chapter 6 The Future of New Ethnographic Writing
Everyone who writes ethnography, old and new, should read Writing the New Ethnography. The book demystifies the writing process in a very honest way, and I know I'll require it the next time I teach my ethnography class.
— Nick Trujillo, (California State University, Sacramento)