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Title Open to disruption : time and craft in the practice of slow sociology / edited by Anita Ilta Garey, Rosanna Hertz, Margaret K. Nelson.

Publication Info. Nashville, Tennessee : Vanderbilt University Press, 2014.


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Description 1 online resource (vi, 281 pages)
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computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Note Print version record.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Includes bibliographical references.
Summary "The noted scholars in this collection expose the backstage stories about surprises that disrupted the smooth trajectory of their research. With both dignity and beauty, the collection as a whole evokes the risks, uncertainty, and excitement of innovative social science research"-- Provided by publisher
Contents Introduction: On Being Open to Disruption / Margaret K. Nelson and Rosanna Hertz -- Part I. Changing Subjects, Changing Relationships, Changing Worlds -- Chapter 1. From a Study to a Journey: Holding an Ethnographic Gaze on Urban Poverty for Two Decades / Timothy Black -- Chapter 2. Conflicted Selves: Trust and Betrayal in Studying the Hare Krishna / E. Burke Rochford Jr. -- Chapter 3. Returns / Joanna Dreby -- Chapter 4. Studying My Hometown / Albert Hunter -- Chapter 5. Breaching Boundaries and Dowsing for Stories on the Great Plains / Karen V. Hansen -- Part II. Changing Methods, Changing Frameworks -- Chapter 6. Disrupting Scholarship / Susan E. Bel -- Chapter 7. A Sociology of Inclusion and Exclusion through the Lens of the Maid's Daughter / Mary Romero -- Chapter 8. Getting to the Dark Side of the Moon: Researching the Lives of Women in Cartography / Will C. van den Hoonaar -- Chapter 9. Getting It Right / Pamela Stone -- Chapter 10. "Breakfast at Elmo's": Adolescent Boys and Disruptive Politics in the Kinscripts Narrative / Linda M. Burton and Carol B. Stack -- Part III. Reflections on Disruptions: Time and Craft -- Chapter 11. History on a Slow Track / Emily K. Abel -- Chapter 12. A Serendipitous Lesson: Or, How What We Do Shapes What We Know / Margaret K. Nelson -- Chapter 13. Paying Forward and Paying Back / Rosanna Hertz -- Chapter 14. Rethinking Families: A Slow Journey / Naomi Gerstel -- Chapter 15. Time to Find Words / Marjorie L. DeVault -- Chapter 16. The Days Are Long, but the Years Fly By: Reflections on the Challenges of Doing Qualitative Research / Annette Lareau -- Contributors.
Language English.
Subject Sociology -- Research.
Sociology -- Methodology.
Social sciences -- Research.
Sciences sociales -- Recherche.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Anthropology -- General.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Regional Studies.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Sociology -- General.
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Sociology / General
Social sciences -- Research
Sociology -- Methodology
Sociology -- Research
Added Author Garey, Anita Ilta, 1947- editor.
Hertz, Rosanna, editor.
Nelson, Margaret K., 1944- editor.
Other Form: Print version: Open to disruption 9780826519849 (DLC) 2013039763 (OCoLC)861069243
ISBN 9780826519863 (electronic bk.)
0826519865 (electronic bk.)
Standard No. AU@ 000056688211
CHNEW 000712837
CHNEW 000891850
CHVBK 374510113
DEBBG BV043029942
DEBSZ 446491144
DEBSZ 449592162

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