Fieldnotes : The Makings of Anthropology /
Thirteen distinguished anthropologists describe how they create and use the unique forms of writing they produce in the field. They also discuss the fieldnotes of seminal figures-Frank Cushing, Franz Boas, W. H. R. Rivers, Bronislaw Malinowski, and Margaret Mead-and analyze field writings in relatio...
Ithaca, NY :
Cornell University Press,
- I. Living with Fieldnotes
- "I Am a Fieldnote": Fieldnotes as a Symbol of Professional Identity / Jackson, Jean E.
- Fire, Loss, and the Sorcerer's Apprentice / Sanjek, Roger
- II. Unpacking ,,Fieldnotes"
- Notes on (Field)notes / Clifford, James
- Pretexts for Ethnography: On Reading Fieldnotes / Lederman, Rena
- A Vocabulary for Fieldnotes / Sanjek, Roger
- III. Fieldnote Practice
- Thirty Years of Fieldnotes: Changing Relationships to the Text / Ottenberg, Simon
- Quality into Quantity: On the Measurement Potential of Ethnographic Fieldnotes / Johnson, Allen / Johnson, Orna R.
- The Secret Life of Fieldnotes / Sanjek, Roger
- IV. Fieldnotes in Circulation
- Fieldnotes: Research in Past Occurrences / Bond, George C.
- Adventures with Fieldnotes / Obbo, Christine
- Refractions of Reality: On the Use of Other Ethnographers' Fieldnotes / Lutkehaus, Nancy
- Fieldnotes and Others / Sanjek, Roger
- V. From Fieldnotes to Ethnography
- Chinanotes: Engendering Anthropology / Wolf, Margery
- Hearing Voices, Joining the Chorus: Appropriating Someone Else's Fieldnotes / Smith, Robert J.
- Fieldnotes, Filed Notes, and the Conferring of Note / Plath, David W.
- On Ethnographic Validity / Sanjek, Roger