Theory and Practice of Ethnography

Readings from the Periphery

Edited by: Eswarappa Kasi, Ramesh C. Malik

Ethnography can be both a process and a product that focuses on the concept of the other. This anthology of research papers applies the different methodological tools of ethnography to analyze the deprivation - economic, social, cultural, and linguistic - among the marginalized groups of Indian society, such as women, tribals, and the downtrodden. The contributions - by scholars from India and abroad - accentuate the theoretical and empirical layout of language, literature, culture, history, and social development. The book will be of interest to students, researchers, teachers, and policy makers.

366 pages

Publication Date: 12/1/2009
Format: Cloth
ISBN: 9788131603062