Linguistic ethnography : interdisciplinary explorations

Historical foundationsEditorial processCommonalities across the studies in this collectionAdopt an interdisciplinary approachUse topic-oriented ethnographyCombine linguistics with ethnographyBring together different sources of dataAspire to improve social lifeConcluding remarksReferencesTheory and Method in Linguistic EthnographyEthnography, linguistics and linguistic ethnographyDescribing the elements interacting in communicationLinguistic ethnography in interdisciplinary trainingLinguistic ethnography and non-academic professionsConclusionReferencesWorkplace Literacies and Audit SocietyLiteracy studiesTextually mediated societyMethods in literacy studiesThe contribution of linguistic ethnographyPaperwork and pressure in educational workplacesAidan: role and responsibilitiesAidan's paperworkMegan: role and responsibilitiesMegan's paperworkAmount of paperworkClashing purposesObligation - from where?IdentityThe instantiation of audit society in workplace literacy practicesReferencesBetween Text and Social Practice: Balancing Linguistics and Ethnography in Journalism StudiesLanguage and journalismEthnography and journalismBalancing linguistics and ethnography in a study of business newsLabouring in the field: talking, reading and writing business newsNews managementIntroducing the VIB storyEnglish translationWriting the storyConcluding remarksAcknowledgementReferencesHow Linguistic Ethnography May Enhance Our Understanding of Electronic Patient Records in Health Care SettingsThe professional and policy context for this workWhy linguistic ethnography?An introduction to data analysisBringing order to the asthma clinicThe role of the EPR template in regimenting the interaction'My computer's asked me...'ConclusionReferencesExamining Talk in Post-observation Feedback Conferences: Learning to Do Linguistic EthnographyResearch in TESOLThe post-observation feedback conferenceLearning to researchDeveloping an ethnographically grounded analytical frameworkDeveloping an ethnographic sensibilityConclusionReferencesResearching Health Policy and Planning: The Influence of Linguistic EthnographyLocating our researchStudying think tanks' role in shaping health policy and planningHealth policy and planning as the focus of our studyDefining our caseCollecting and analysing dataInterviews with think tank representativesSocial theory and data analysisStudying policy and politics: bringing linguistic ethnography to interpretive policy analysisAcknowledgementsReferencesBursting the Bonds: Policing Linguistic EthnographyLE: Bursting the bondsSituating my workLE in practice: managing 'face' in custodyLE in practice: analysing crosstalk in speakers' accountsCloseReferencesThe Geography of Communication and the Expression of Patients' ConcernsBackground to this studyUsing an ethnographic linguistic approach to understand the health care consultationFindingsSpatial dimensions in the clinicThe consulting roomThe quiet roomThe corridor and waiting areaMovement between different spaces in the clinicStrategic use of space in the clinicSummaryDiscussionAcknowledgementsReferencesApplying Linguistic Ethnography to Educational Practice: Notes on the Interaction of Academic Research and Professional SensibilitiesSome relevant contextsContrasting pedagogical and linguistic ethnographic perspectivesKey questionsKey assumptionsCommon methodsCommon material representations and highlighting systemsLinguistic ethnography and pedagogy in conversationNoteReferencesPartnerships in Research: Doing Linguistic Ethnography with and for PractitionersFieldwork in the operating theatreLinguistic-ethnographic perspectives on the operating theatreAddressing questions from health care with linguistic ethnographyClosing remarks: Learning through participation and partnershipsAcknowledgementsReferencesLinguistic Ethnographic Perspectives on Working-class Children's Speech: Challenging Discourses of DeficitTraditional sociolinguistic responses to dialect prejudiceBackground to studyAnalysis: from variationist sociolinguistics to linguistic ethnographyDiscussion: use-value and exchange valueConclusionReferencesHip Hop, Education and PolycentricityEducation, minority boys and popular cultureResearch site and dataHip hop in and outside schoolLinguistic practices in rap songsHip hop and educationInteraction around hip hopConcluding discussionReferencesMetacommentary in Linguistic EthnographyFieldnotes in linguistic ethnographyMetacommentaryResearching multilingualism in multilingual teamsFieldnotes as metacommentaryMetacommentary Type 1: Marking codeMetacommentary Type 2: Marking the sounds of languageMetacommentary Type 3: Marking address termsMetacommentary Type 4: GestureMetacommentary Type 5: Comments on clothing, appearanceMetacommentary Type 6: IronyConclusionReferences
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