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Author Neyland, Daniel
Title Organizational Ethnography
Imprint London : SAGE Publications, 2007
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Edition 1st ed
Descript 1 online resource (157 pages)
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Note Cover Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Introduction -- 1 Sensibility One: Ethnographic Strategy -- 2 Sensibility Two: Questions of Knowledge -- 3 Sensibility Three: Locations and Access -- 4 Sensibility Four: Field Relations -- 5 Sensibility Five: Ethnographic Time -- 6 Sensibility Six: Observing and Participating -- 7 Sensibility Seven: Supplementing -- 8 Sensibility Eight: Writing -- 9 Sensibility Nine: Ethics -- 10 Sensibility Ten: Exits -- Conclusion: The Utility of Organizational Ethnography -- References -- Index
Organizational Ethnography takes readers through the practical history of ethnography from its anthropological origins through to its use in an ever-widening variety of organizational, academic, and business contexts. Author David Neyland covers the whole research project process, starting with research design, and dealing with such practical issues as gaining access, note-taking, project management, analyzing one's data and negotiating an exit strategy. The book is highly practical and incorporates a range of case studies, illustrating organizational ethnography at work
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Neyland, Daniel Organizational Ethnography London : SAGE Publications,c2007 9781412923422
Subject Corporate culture -- Research.;Business anthropology -- Research.;Organizational sociology -- Research
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