Conducting Critical Ethnography in Long-Term Residential Care: Experiences of a Novice Researcher in the Field
Baumbusch, Jennifer L
Journal of advanced nursing 2011 Jan; 67(1): 184-92
In this paper, I describe my experiences as a novice researcher doing a critical ethnography in long-term residential care. I reflect upon the challenges and lessons learned in navigating trust and power relations in this complex sociopolitical field.
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