1. What is Ethnography?
2. Research Design: Problems, Cases, and Samples
4. Field Relations
5. Oral Accounts and the Role of Interviewing
6. Documents and Other Artefacts, Real and Virtual
7. Ethnography in the Digital World
8. Recording and Organizing Data
9. The Process of Analysis
10. Writing Ethnography
Martyn Hammersley is Emeritus Professor of Educational and Social Research at The Open University, UK. He has carried out research in the sociology of education and the sociology of the media. However, much of his work has been concerned with the methodological issues surrounding social enquiry. He has written several books, including Reading Ethnographic Research (1997), The Politics of Social Research (1995), Educational Research, Policymaking and Practice, (2002), Questioning Qualitative Inquiry (2008), The Myth of Research-Based Policy and Practice (2013), The Limits of Social Science (2014), and The Radicalism of Ethnomethodology (2018). Paul Atkinson is Emeritus Professor of Sociology at Cardiff University, UK. His current interests include the ethnography of craft and the craft of ethnography. His most recent books include For Ethnography (2015), Thinking Ethnographically (2017) and Writing Ethnographically (2019). He is currently an editor of the Sage Foundations of Social Research Methods. Together with Sara Delamont he was founding editor of the journal Qualitative Research.