|aInstitutional ethnography as practice /|cedited By Dorothy E. Smith.
|aLanham, Md. :|bRowman & Littlefield,|cc2006.
|a263 p. :|bill. |c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aIntroduction / Dorothy E. Smith -- Institutional ethnography : using interviews to investigate ruling relations / Marjorie L. DeVault and Liza McCoy -- Where did you get the fur coat, Fern? : participant observation in institutional ethnography / Tim Diamond -- Incorporating texts into ethnographic practice / Dorothy E. Smith -- Data : what it is and what to do with it--institutional ethnography and experience as data / Marie L. Campbell -- Keeping the institution in view : working with interview accounts of everyday experience / Liza McCoy -- Mapping institutions as work and text / Susan Turner -- Constructing single-parent families for schooling : discovering an institutional discourse / Alison Griffith -- A research proposal / George W. Smith, Eric Mykhalovskiy, and Douglas Weatherbee -- Making the institution ethnographically accessible : UN document production and the transformation of experience / Lauren Eastwood -- U.S. judicial interventions in the lives of battered women : an indigenous community's assessment / Alex Wilson and Ellen Pence.