Review of: Transcribing Silence: Culture, Relationships, and Communication by Kristine L. Muñoz, Left Coast Press, 2014

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2016-02-16
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McNelly, Carla
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In the 15th book in the series Writing Lives, Ethnographic Narratives, edited by Arthur P. Bochner and Carolyn Ellis, Kristine L. Muñoz challenges us to look to the silent moments of our ethnographic transcriptions for additional meaning. Transcribing Silence: Culture, Relationships, and Communication leads us through an approach to our scholarly ethnographic work by sharing her own silent academic and personal experiences, whereby the reader escapes the tyranny of the local into the specificity of the personal.

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This is a manuscript of a reviewed article from Anthropology & Education Quarterly, February 2016, 47(1); 107-109. DOI: 10.1111/aeq.12141. Posted with permission.

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