Title

Doing Things With Words: Toward Evocative Ethnography

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2-16-2018

Published In

Qualitative Research In Psychology

Abstract

The concept of evocative ethnography is described and contrasted with realist representation. Two examples of evocative ethnography are provided: the plight of women as they age and the impact of digital immersion on cultural life. Discussion focuses on the benefits of expanding the repertoire of writing in the social sciences.

Keywords

Aging, digital culture, evocative ethnography, the self, writing

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