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Ethnografeast II : La fabrique de l’ethnographie

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Transcribing everyday life
Emily Martin (New York University)

18 septembre 2004

In recent years, the interview has become as important a method for anthropological research as participant-observation. In this paper I explore some of the implications for the ethnographic method of what this method reveals and what it conceals. In the process, I also consider how anthropologists might best understand what neither interviews nor participant-observation captures well -- the hidden or inexpressible aspects of daily life.

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Emily Martin Emily Martin (New York University)
Professor of Anthropology
Research interests include anthropology of science and medicine, gender, money and other measures of value, the ethnography of work, China, U.S.