Dialogues with Ethnography

Dialogues with Ethnography

Notes on Classics, and How I Read Them

Blommaert, Jan

Channel View Publications Ltd






15 a 20 dias

Ethnography must be seen as a full theoretical system, not just as a method. In this book, a range of authors are examined, whose work was either instrumental in creating this theoretical system, or might productively be used in developing it further. Authors discussed include Hymes, Scollon, Kress, Bourdieu, Bakhtin and Lefebvre.
Acknowledgements Preface Chapter 1: Ethnography as Couter-Hegemony: Remarks on Epistemology and Method Chapter 2: Obituary: Dell H. Hymes (1927-2009) Chapter 3: Ethnography and Democracy: Hymes' Political Theory of Language Chapter 4: Ethnopoetics as Functional Reconstruction: Dell Hymes' Narrative View of the World Chapter 5: Grassroots Historiography and the Problem of Voice: Tshibumba's Histoire Du Zaire Chapter 6: Historical Bodies and Historical Space Chapter 7: Semiotic and Spatial Scope: Towards a Materialist Semiotics Chapter 8: Pierre Bourdieu and Language in Society Chapter 9: Combining Surveys and Ethnographies in the Study of Rapid Social Change Chapter 10: Data Sharing As Entextualization Practice Chapter 11: Chronotopes, Scales and Complexity in the Study of Language in Society Chapter 12: Marxism and Urban Culture Chapter 13: On Scope and Depth in Linguistic Ethnography: A Commentary References
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