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This article examines the ways in which internal affairs (IA) officers cope with the stigma associated with their role within police organizations. IA officers in four police departments in the Southwest were interviewed about relations with non-IA officers, and two broad strategies of identity...
The research strategy sometimes termed analytic ethnography has been a prominent—or even the dominant—form of qualitative inquiry for some decades. Lacking challenge by other qualitative approaches, however, there has been little need to articulate it as a distinctive strategy of qualitative...
When returning to the site of prior research, ethnographers may find themselves embroiled in emotional and ethical quandaries with the people about whom they have written. This article details the conversations and emotional conflicts that erupted suddenly when I returned to a community about...
In concluding our term as editors, we review the submissions we have received over the last eight years and offer some insight into recent demographic trends in the field of ethnography, including who is conducting research, how they are doing it, and where they are focusing their attention. We...
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