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A comprehensive guide to the alternative sociology originating in the work of Dorothy E. Smith, this Handbook not only explores th... Weiterlesen
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Beschreibung

A comprehensive guide to the alternative sociology originating in the work of Dorothy E. Smith, this Handbook not only explores the basic, founding principles of institutional ethnography (IE), but also captures current developments, approaches, and debates. Now widely known as a 'sociology for people,' IE offers the tools to uncover the social relations shaping the everyday world in which we live and is utilized by scholars and social activists in sociology and beyond, including such fields as education, nursing, social work, linguistics, health and medical care, environmental studies, and other social-service related fields. Covering the theoretical and methodological underpinnings of IE, recent developments, and current areas of research and application that have yet to appear in the literature, The Palgrave Handbook of Institutional Ethnography is suitable for both experienced practitioners of institutional ethnography and those who are exploring this approach for the first time.



Paul C. Luken is Associate Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of West Georgia, USA, where he taught graduate-level courses on IE. He has helped to draw together IE scholars in multiple contexts, from special issues of journals such as The Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, to the co-founding of the Institutional Ethnography Division of the Society for Study of Social Problems and the ISA Working Group on Institutional Ethnography of the International Sociological Association.

Suzanne Vaughan is Associate Professor Emeritus of Sociology in the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Arizona State University, USA, where she taught undergraduate and graduate classes in institutional ethnography. She is a co-founder and Secretary-Treasurer of the Working Group on Institutional Ethnography of the ISA. She has co-authored numerous journal articles on the institutional ethnography of housing, including in the journals Social Problems and Social Forces, and has co-edited a special issue of The Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare.



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Paul C. Luken is Associate Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of West Georgia, USA, where he taught graduate-level courses on IE. He has helped to draw together IE scholars in multiple contexts, from special issues of journals such as The Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, to the co-founding of the Institutional Ethnography Division of the Society for Study of Social Problems and the ISA Working Group on Institutional Ethnography of the International Sociological Association.

Suzanne Vaughan is Associate Professor Emeritus of Sociology in the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Arizona State University, USA, where she taught undergraduate and graduate classes in institutional ethnography. She is a co-founder and Secretary-Treasurer of the Working Group on Institutional Ethnography of the ISA. She has co-authored numerous journal articles on the institutional ethnography of housing, including in the journals Social Problems and Social Forces, and has co-edited a special issue of The Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare.



Inhalt
Chapter 1: Introduction / Institutional Ethnography: Sociology for Today, Paul C. Luken 
Part 1: Exploring Historical and Ontological Foundations
Chapter 2: Elements of an Expansive Institutional Ethnography: A Conceptual History of its North American Origins, Marjorie L. Devault
Chapter 3: Materialist Matters: A Case for Revisiting the Social Ontology of Institutional Ethnography, Liza McCoy
Chapter 4: Teaching Institutional Ethnography as an Alternative Sociology, Eric Mykhalovsky, Colin Hastings, Leigha Comer, Julia Gruson-Wood, and Mathew Strang
Chapter 5: Exploring Institutional Words as People's Practices, Dorothy E. Smith
Part 2: Developing Strategies and Exploring Challenges
Chapter 6: Mapping Ruling Relations: Advancing the Use of Visual Methods in           Institutional Ethnography, Nikole K. Dalmer
Chapter 7: Discovering the Social Organization of Perinatal Care for Women Living with HIV: Reflections from a Novice Institutional Ethnographer, Allyson Ion
Chapter 8: IE and Visual Research Methods: An Open-ended Discussion, Morena Tartari
Chapter 9: And Then There Was Copyright, Suzanne Vaughan
Chapter 10: Invoking Work Knowledge: Exploring the Social Organization of Producing Gender Studies, Rebecca W.B. Lund
Chapter 11: Teaching Institutional Ethnography to Undergraduate Students, Kathryn Church
Part 3: Explicating Global/Transnational Ruling Relations
Chapter 12: Using Institutional Ethnography to Investigate Intergovernmental Environmental Policy Making, Lauren E. Eastwood
Chapter 13: Regulating the Duty to Consult: Exploring the Textually-Mediated Nature of Indigenous Dispossession in Chile, Magdalena Ugarte
Chapter 14: Transnational Power Relations in Education: How it Works Down South, Nerida Spina and Barbara Comber
Chapter 15: The Struggle for 'Survival' in Contemporary Higher Education: The Lived Experiences of Junior Academics, Li-Fang and Yu-Hsuan Lin
Part 4: Making Change within Communities
Chapter 16: Building Change On and Off Reserve: Six Nations of the Grand River Territory, Susan Marie Turner and Julia Bomberry
Chapter 17: Mapping Institutional Relations for Local Policy Change: The Case of Lead Poisoning in Syracuse, New York, Frank Ridzi
Chapter 18: The Institutional Analysis: Matching What Institutions Do with What Works for People, Ellen Pence
Part 5: Critiquing Public Sector Management Regimes
Chapter 19: Professional Talk: Unpacking Professional Language, Ann Christin E. Nilsen
Chapter 20: The Frontline Interpretive Work of Activating the Americans with Disabilities Act, Eric Rodtiguez
Chapter 21: Contested Forms of Knowledge in the Criminal-Legal System: Evidence-Based Practice and Other Ways of Knowing among Frontline Workers, Nicole Kaufman and Megan Welsh
Chapter 22: Public Protection as a Ruling Concept in the Management of Nurses' Substance Use, Charlotte A. Ross
Chapter 23: Producing Functional Equivalency in Video Relay Service, Jeremy L. Brunson
Part 6: Bringing Together Different Approaches and Perspectives
Chapter 24: Using Composites to Craft Institutional Ethnographic Accounts, Michael Corman
Chapter 25: Attending to Messy Troubles of the Anthropocene with Institutional Ethnography and Material Semiotics: The Case for Vital Institutional Ethnography, Karly Burch
Chapter 26: Institutional Ethnography for Social Work, Gerald de Montigny
Chapter 27: Institutional Ethnography and Youth Participatory Action Research: A Praxis Approach, Naomi Nichols and Jessica Ruglis

Produktinformationen

Titel: The Palgrave Handbook of Institutional Ethnography
Editor:
EAN: 9783030542221
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Adobe-DRM
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Methoden der empirischen und qualitativen Sozialforschung
Anzahl Seiten: 561
Veröffentlichung: 15.12.2020
Dateigrösse: 8.8 MB