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Street ethnography. Agar (1973); Connolly and Ennew (1996); Fleisher (1995); Gigengack (2000);

Kane and Mason (2001); Lambert et al. (1995); Weppner (1977).

Chicago School of ethnography. Abbot (1997); Bulmer (1984); Lofland (1983).

Participant observation fieldwork. A. Anderson (2003); Atkinson et al. (2001); Behar (1996); Bogdan (1972); Burawoy (1991); DeWalt and DeWalt (2002); Fenno (1990); Fine and Sandstrom (1988); Gummerson (2000); Kirk and Miller (1986); Lofland (1976); Schatz (2009); C. D. Smith and Kornblum (1996); Spradley (1980); Stocking (1983); Woods (1986).

Rapid ethnographic assessment. Baker (1996a, 1996b); Beebe (2001); Bentley et al. (1988); D’Antona et al. (2008). For more on the focused ethnographic study method, see Hudelson (1994); G. H. Pelto (1992); P. J. Pelto (1994); Scrimshaw and Gleason (1992); Scrimshaw and Hurtado (1987); Trotter et al. (2001).

Gatekeepers. Harrington (2003); Kawulich (in press); Maginn (2007); Rashid (2007); Sanghera and Thapar-Bjorkert (2008); Wanat (2008).

Using interpreters. Borchgrevink (2003); Hsieh (2008); Jentsch (1998).

Language and fieldwork. Herzfeld (1983, 2009a); Owusu (1978); Werner (1994); Winchatz (2006). Studying your own culture; indigenous research. Altorki and El-Sohl (1988); Fahim (1982); Messer- schmidt (1981); Stephenson and Greer (1981); Zaman (2008).

Sex and fieldwork. Kulick and Willson (1995); Lewin and Leap (1996); Markowitz and Ashkenazi (1999).

Dangerous fieldwork. Belousov et al. (2007); Lee (1995); Lee-Treweek and Linkogle (2000); Nordstrom and Robben (1995); Sampson and Thomas (2003).

Culture shock. Bochner (2000); Furnham and Bochner (1986); Mumford (1998).

 
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