Doing Ethnographic Research in Chinese Families - Reflections on Methodological Concerns from Two Asian Cities:

@inproceedings{Goh2011DoingER,
  title={Doing Ethnographic Research in Chinese Families - Reflections on Methodological Concerns from Two Asian Cities:},
  author={Esther C L Goh and Kristina G{\"o}ransson},
  year={2011}
}
This paper compares and contrasts the ethnographic practices of two non-native researchers – a Singaporean researcher studying families in mainland China and a Swedish researcher studying Chinese families in Singapore. A novel conceptual frame of ‘radius of observation positions’ has been proposed to explicate the extent of intrusion and intimacy to which researchers may venture in the private family domain. The opportunities and challenges of two positions of observation within this radius are… CONTINUE READING