Journal of Organizational Ethnography: Volume 9 Issue 3

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Hypnosis as performance autoethnography in qualitative sociological research

Paul Andrew Entwistle

The purpose of this paper is to introduce to sociologists the concept of dissociative hypnosis and to demonstrate the potential that this discipline has for obtaining or…

Helping or intervening? Modes of ordering in public sector digitalization

Bastian Jørgensen, Jannick Schou

This paper examines how digital reforms affect the relationship between frontline workers and citizens in Danish public sector institutions. Using ethnographic research in…

Everywhere and nowhere at once: the challenges of following in multi-sited ethnography

Sarah Van Duijn

In multi-sited ethnography, “following” (of, e.g. persons, objects and events) is used as a device to structure fieldwork. The purpose of this paper is to problematize and…

The choice to disclose (or not) mental health ill-health in UK higher education institutions: a duoethnography by two female academics

Joanna Fox, Roz Gasper

This study aims to review how the mental ill-health of academic staff is regarded in higher education institutions (HEIs) and explore the decision to disclose (or not) a…

Question your teaspoons: tea-drinking, coping and commercialisation across three planning organisations

Abigail Schoneboom, Jason Slade

As part of a wider ethnographic project that examines the significance of the public interest across three public and private sector UK planning organisations, this paper…

Research methodology for ethnostatistics in organization studies: towards a historical ethnostatistics

Stella Stoycheva, Giovanni Favero

While quantification and performance measurement have proliferated widely in academia and the business world, management and organization scholars increasingly agree on…

Multi-species ethnography: methodological training in the field in South Africa

Harry Wels

To further develop research methodologies for multi-species ethnographic fieldwork, based on researcher's experiences with multi-species fieldwork in private wildlife…

“Are you crewed up with that bird from the uni?” the complexities of conducting ethnographic research in policing

Claudia Emeline Cox

The purpose of this paper is to provide some initial reflections on the complexities and challenges faced when conducting observations with police officers working in…

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ISSN:

2046-6749

Online date, start – end:

2012

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editors:

  • Dr Manuela Nocker
  • Dr Matthew Brannan
  • Dr Mike Rowe