With its resolutely local lens, ethnography is necessarily partial: the ethnographer attends one event and misses another; she talks to one person rather than another; her attention is drawn to one corner of the room and not another and so on. (Introduction)  
  Ethnography refers to a wide range of qualitative methods employed by practitioners of many humanities and social science fields. (Learn more)  
  Learn how students put the tools of ethnography to use in the Ethnographic Toolkit.  
  EBC researchers learn about ethnography and put the tools to use.