2013 Themes

calendar1Starting February 2013, Ethnography Matters is starting a thematic monthly enquiry led by each of our team members. Be sure to contact us if you’re interested in contributing to any of these editions!

February 2013 edited by Heather Ford: The Openness Edition

March 2013 edited by Tricia Wang: “Stories to insights to action!” The role of narrative in ethnographic practice

April 2013 edited by Nicolas Nova: Ethnomining: Combining qualitative and quantitative data

May 2013 edited by Jenna Burrell: How to talk to companies and organisations about ethnographic fieldwork

June 2013 edited by Rachelle Annechino: Pseudonyms and pseudonymity

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Categories: Editions, Editorial, Upcoming

Author:Heather Ford

Heather Ford is a researcher, lecturer and writer working on issues relating to digital politics, authority and the travel of facts online.

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  1. February 2013: The Openness Edition | Ethnography Matters - February 7, 2013

    […] the next months’ themes, please see the calendar and contact us with your proposed post. We’d love to hear from […]

  2. March 2013: Stories to Action Edition | Ethnography Matters - March 6, 2013

    […] looking for guest contributors for Nicolas Nova’s Ethnomining edition in April. Check out the upcoming themes to see if you have something to […]

  3. April 2013: Ethnomining and the combination of qualitative & quantitative data | Ethnography Matters - April 2, 2013

    […] May edition on talking to companies and organisations about ethnographic fieldwork. Check out the upcoming themes to see if you have something to […]

  4. Mixed methods Internet research | christinehine - April 5, 2013

    […] a special issue on “ethnomining” – combining qualitative and quantitative data in April 2013 http://ethnographymatters.net/2013/02/06/2013-themes/   Ethnography Matters also has posts from Wendy Hsu on multiple sources of data in digital […]

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