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29 The questions of who “counts” in this designation is emblematic of the multi-disciplinary and shifting nature of this emerging domain, as practitioners prepared in ethnographic research may come out of disciplines other than anthropology or sociology and often combine ethnographic methods with other forms of research and analysis. These numbers were provided by trained anthropological practitioners in these settings according to the standards they use in naming their capabilities. Two books, Lucy Suchman’s Plans and Situated Actions (1987) and Julian Orr’s Talking About Machines (1996), represent defining theoretical and ethnographic explorations in the arenas of work-practice studies.
George Marcus locates the ability of the ethnographer to reestablish their ethnographic authority, to bring forth their ethnographic positioning, in the writing of ethnography. “Only in the writing of ethnography, as an eﬀect of a particular mode of publication itself, is the privilege and authority of the anthropologist unambiguously assumed” (1995: 97). 24 As Robinson notes, “In applied work … we don’t just reconcile our conceptualizations to the ‘facts’ or the observations we’ve made, but we must reconcile the models that we build or employ with the models of the people or institutions on whose behalf we are doing this investigation” (2005: 4).
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12 Choices... That Lead to Your Success by David Cottrell