Ethnography in Social Science Practice takes a unique approach that explores ethnography both theoretically and practically. This accessible text provides excellent guidance on 'how to do ethnography' for both undergraduate and postgraduate students that ground ethnographic research in specific field contexts.
Dr Julie Scott Jones is a senior lecturer in Sociology at the Manchester Metropolitan University. Her research interests focus on identity, worldview construction and meaning systems. Recent publications include 'Fundamentalism and Global Security' in Encyclopaedia on Globalistation and Human Security (Praeger Security Press, 2009) and Being the Chosen: Exploring a Fundamentalist Worldview (Ashgate, 2010). Dr Sal Watt is a lecturer in Psychology at Liverpool Hope University. Her interests include organizational behaviour, identity and commitment. She is active in teaching and encouraging wider application of qualitative research techniques and, in particular, ethnography in psychology.