Christine Hine

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This article argues for the need to move beyond place-based ethnography and develop ethnographic methodologies that follow the moving, traveling practices of adolescents online and offline. In the first part of the article, challenges to traditional ethnographic constructs such as place, identity, and participant obervation, and the ways in which these(More)
OBJECTIVES To compare outcome and resource utilisation among patients referred to the Amalthea Project, a liaison organisation that facilitates contact between voluntary organisations and patients in primary care, with patients receiving routine general practitioner care. DESIGN Randomised controlled trial with follow up at one and four months. SETTING(More)
This paper focuses on the way in which people deploy scientific knowledge alongside other resources in everyday interactions. In the UK headlice are common amongst schoolchildren, and treatment is viewed as a parental responsibility. Choice between treatment options lies with individual parents, with official guidance giving no clear steer. In the face of(More)
Introduction Enhanced recovery programmes have been established in some areas of elective surgery. This study applied enhanced recovery principles to elective oesophageal and gastric cancer surgery. Methods An enhanced recovery programme for patients undergoing open oesophagogastrectomy, total and subtotal gastrectomy for oesophageal and gastric malignancy(More)
Over a quarter of a century ago in 1984, Robert Prus and colleagues organized the first Canadian Qualitative Analysis Conference. ‘The Qualitatives’ as it has become affectionately known, originally focused on symbolic interactionist and ethnographic research on the topic of deviant behavior. This conference soon expanded significantly, including many other(More)