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Educational Ethnography Past, Present, and Future: Ideas to Think With

Publisher: Educational Researcher, 30 (8)
Page Numbers: 16-27

This paper addresses an issue that constantly plagues all social science research: How should we adjust our conceptual orientations and methodological priorities to take into account apparently changing human experiences and priorities? It finds that some familiar ideas about culture, ethnography, and researcher responsibility are still very useful, but they should be thought about in new ways in light of present circumstances.