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Ethnography Atelier Podcast

Ruthanne Huising, Pedro Monteiro, Samantha Ortiz, Pauli Pakarinen and Audrey Holm

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The Ethnography Atelier podcast discusses research methods with accomplished qualitative researchers. We talk to guests about their experiences of conducting research in and around organizations, the challenges they faced and the understandings they gained. The podcast is an initiative of the Ethnography Atelier, which promotes ethnographic and other qualitative research. Hosted by Ruthanne Huising, Pedro Monteiro, Samantha Ortiz, Pauli Pakarinen and Audrey Holm. For more information please ...
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Multimodal Mini-Ethnography

Charles Pace

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This is an in-depth discussion of discourse in the modern era of Journalism with both the benefits and drawbacks of the internet on the field. Cover art photo provided by Diogo Nunes on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@dialex
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DescriptionIn this episode, we talk with Michel Anteby about access. In particular, the resistance that field workers may face and how such a process may, in reality, offer invaluable insights into the social world being studied. In our conversation, Michel elaborates on the challenges and promises of research settings that may be hard to access, r…
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In this episode, we talk with Madeleine Rauch about diary methods, especially unsolicited diaries for research in organization and management. Madeleine tells us about her experience with such an approach, how diaries can be combined with other sources of data, and the questions that they help us answer. Our conversation also features practical ins…
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In this episode, we talk with Angèle Christin about the challenges and opportunities of studying influencers and social media platforms. The context for this conversation is her latest research, a digital ethnography for a new book on the algorithmic labor of influencers and influencer marketing on YouTube, Instagram, and TikTok. The conversation i…
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This time we welcome Anissa Pomiès to the Atelier and talk with her about methodological opportunities and challenges of studying materiality, the things that are pervasive in life but have been for long-time eluding researchers. In this conversation, Anissa reflects on her research on taste and coffee making, where she found it was central to take…
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In this episode with Prof. Christine Beckman and Prof. Melissa Mazmanian, we talk about the promises and challenges involved in conducting research in intimate spaces, such as in people’s homes, instead of the workplace, where most organization and management research usually takes place. Christine and Melissa reflect on the research for their rece…
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In this episode with Professor Stine Grodal, we explored the promises and challenges of archival research. We discussed Stine’s use of archival methods in contexts such as nanotechnologies or the tobacco or hearing aid industry. Stine reflects on the kinds of research questions best addressed with archival data and provides specific sampling and an…
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This episode features a conversation with Professor Renate Meyer in which she reflects on the value of visual data for gaining unique research insights and the theoretical basis of such an approach. We talked about the tools and methods she and her colleagues have used to investigate a range of topics in the diffusion and institutionalization of or…
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This episode features a conversation of members and friends of the atelier together with Professor Diane Bailey. We discuss her ethnographic research on work and interdependence in technical settings. In our conversation, Diane reflects on the challenges of observing and documenting technical work and suggests strategies for studying new forms of t…
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This episode features a conversation of members and friends of the atelier with Professor Steve Barley about doing ethnographies of work and occupations. In particular, we discussed his research about technicians and long-term interest in grounding organization research in the study of work and technology. In the chat, Steve shares his experience i…
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This episode explores the comparative case method—as developed by Professor Kathleen Eisenhardt—with Professor Pinar Ozcan. This research strategy involves using one or more cases to create theoretical constructs, propositions and/or midrange theory from case-based, empirical evidence. In the conversation, we touched on the strengths and perils of …
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In this episode, we talk with Professor Siobhan O’Mahony about digital ethnography. Siobhan’s work explores how technical and creative communities organize for innovation. She has examined high technology contractors, open source programmers, artists, music producers, internet startups, and product development teams. In this conversation, she share…
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In this conversation with Dr Sarah Sachs, we explored the challenges involved in studying algorithms at work. Sarah’s research examines how data analytic technologies are reconfiguring work and organizations. Her dissertation “The Algorithm at Work: The Reconfiguration of Work and Expertise in the Making of Similarity in Art Data” is an ethnography…
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In this episode, we sat with Dr Gretta Corporaal from the Oxford Internet Institute to talk about the challenges of studying work ethnographically. Gretta has researched cross-boundary collaboration and, more recently, how some of the world’s largest corporations adopt online platforms to hire and manage specialists and the work involved in designi…
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This fourth episode of the podcast examines the challenges of researching vulnerable populations. We are joined in this conversation by our colleague Dr Nevena Radoynovska (emlyon business school) who has conducted research on social entrepreneurship based on fieldwork in the French quartiers prioritaires — government-designated disadvantaged neigh…
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In the third episode of the podcast, we talk with Professor Aruna Ranganathan (Stanford Graduate School of Business) about her experience using a full-cycle approach to mixed methods. This approach starts with the observation of naturally-occurring phenomena supported by inductive techniques and then moves to theory-testing with the use of quantita…
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We are joined by Professor Susan Silbey from M.I.T in our second episode which explores a team approach to ethnography. Ethnography is a qualitative approach originated in anthropology that is widely used today in many academic areas and also applied research. It is heavily grounded in the study of naturally occurring phenomena, usually via observa…
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In this first episode of the podcast, we talk with Associate Professor Santi Furnari from Cass Business School about his experience using fuzzy-set/ Qualitative Comparative Analysis (fs/QCA). Qualitative Comparative Analysis was originally developed by Charles Ragin and represents a technique to determine which logical conclusions a dataset support…
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