Head of the School of Social Sciences, Education and Social Work, Professor Carl Bagley, has co-edited a definitive and authoritative reference book on educational ethnography, a research approach that studies education contexts through long-term immersion, engagement and participation of the researcher in the routine daily lives of people and their culture. The Wiley Handbook of Ethnography of Education brings together leading international scholars and looks at ethnography in contrasting rural and urban contexts, place-based and virtual settings, single and multi-site explorations, as well as foundational and developmental ideas. Its aim is to inform and shape the current field of ethnography and education and to provide a comprehensive reference point for those engaged in academic study in this field.
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