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SELECTED ONLINE JOURNALS
Online journals are accessed through the library’s web page through the Journals search box. You can also search for articles using the databases listed on the database page.
Selected Articles from Scholarly Journals
Below you will find some selected articles on ethnography/ethnographic methods from peer-reviewed journals.
- Fortun, Kim. "Ethnography In/Of/As Open Systems." Reviews in Anthropology 32, 2 (2003): 171-190.
- Lotfalian, Mazyar. "Working Through Psychologial Understandings of the Diasporic Condition." Ethos 24, no. 1 (1996): 36-70.
- Bravo, Michael T. "The Anti-Anthropology of Highlanders & Islanders." Stud. Hist. Phil. Sci. 29, no. 3 (1998): 369-89.
- Stocking, George W. 1966. “Franz Boas and the Culture Concept in Historical Perspective.” American Anthropologist 68(4): 867-882
- Boas, Franz. 1932. “The Aims of Anthropological Research.” Science 76: 605-613.
- Boas, Franz. 1920. “The Methods of Ethnology.” American Anthropologist 22(4): 311-321.
- Holmes, Lowell. 1983. “A Tale of Two Studies.” American Anthropologist 85(4): 929-935.
- Scheper-Hughes, Nancy. 1984. “The Margaret Mead Controversy: Culture, Biology, and Anthropological Inquiry.” Human Organization 43(1): 85-93.
- Scheper-Hughes, Nancy. 2004. “Parts Unknown: Undercover Ethnography of the Organs-Trafficking Underworld.” Ethnography 5(1):29-73.
- "Periodicals" is the term used to include newspaper, magazine, and journal titles.
- Technically, the word refers to just about any publication that is printed periodically. Sometimes something that looks like a book might really be classified as a "periodical".
- For the practical purposes of this section of the LibGuide, we will mean newspapers, magazines and journals.
- Most periodical articles can be easily identified in OneSearch or in most any of the individual databases that feature articles. .
- Many citations for individual articles will have links to either the full text (online) or information about our paper holdings for particular magazine titles.
Some citations may include links for both full text and paper. Some may not have either. If that is the case, articles may usually be obtained using the Inter-library Loan service in the library. From the library's homepage in the left column, one can find the link to begin the process to obtain an article through Interlibrary Loan (ILL).