A Thrice-Told Tale: Feminism, Postmodernism, and Ethnographic Responsibility

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A Thrice-Told Tale is one ethnographer's imaginative and powerful response to the methodological issues raised by feminist and postmodernist critics of traditional ethnography. The author, a feminist anthropologist, uses three texts developed out of her research in Taiwan-a piece of fiction, anthropological fieldnotes, and a social science article-to explore some of these criticisms. Each text takes a different perspective, is written in a different style, and has different "outcomes," yet all three involve the same ...

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