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    Crafting Ethnography

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    ISBN: 9781529701227
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    AuthorAtkinson, Paul
    Pub Date21/03/2022
    BindingPaperback
    Pages176
    Publisher: SAGE PUBLICATIONS LTD
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    This final book in Paul Atkinson's celebrated quartet focuses on material culture and sensory ethnography. Using the author's original fieldwork, the book explores how materials, techniques, tools, and perspectives combine with the five senses to inform ethnographic methods.

    This final book in Paul Atkinson's celebrated quartet on ethnographic research investigates material culture and its relationship to sensory ethnography. Building on the author's recent fieldwork, the book showcases how materials, techniques, tools and perspectives combine with the five senses to inform ethnographic methods.



    Filled with images and hands-on examples of encounters with crafts and craft workers, the book takes you on a sensory journey through glassblowing, woodworking, silversmithing, photography, life drawing, and perfume blending. These fieldwork snapshots provide insight into the ethnography of knowledge, skill, and craft.



    Helping to inform more reflective fieldwork, this book explores how analytical perspective varies based on the researcher and their physical environment. If you are looking to hone or expand your ethnographic practice, Paul shows you the exciting possibilities and implications of applying ethnographic methods to new contexts and media.