Academic freedom and free speech
Hammersley Rewriting Social Science
Review of Whitaker and Atkinson on reflexivity
Reflections on a dispute about ‘racially-just epistemologies and methodologies that disrupt whiteness’
Max Weber and his conservative critics: Social science and the problem of value relativism
What is qualitative research, and what should it be?
Karl Mannheim’s Ideology and Utopia and the public role of sociology
Karl Mannheim on Fascism: Sociological Lessons About Populism and Democracy Today?
On the Role of Values in Social Research: Weber Vindicated?
Qualitative Researchers as the Avant-Garde of Democratization: A Modest Proposal of a Sporting Analogy as Methodological Fiction
Is evidence based practice a myth?
Did behavioural science cost lives?
An Outline of my Methodological Position
Sociology, what’s it for? A critique of Gouldner
Sociology: What’s it For? A critique of Gouldner
Obvious all too obvious gender and education
Revisiting Objectivity and Commitment in Sociolinguistics: From Labov to Lewis
Position paper on the issue of criteria of assessment
ETHNOGRAPHY – what is it and why do it?
On Epistemic Integrity in Social Research
On Hutchinson et al ‘s Winchian Critique
What was radical about ethnomethodology?
Childhood Studies: A transdisciplinary field?
EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH Encylopaedia entry
Hammersley Ch6 in Kehily ed Understanding Childhood, Policy Press 2013
Hammersley Ch6 in Bragg and Kehily Children and Young People, Policy Press, 2013
Hammersley Ch6 Clark Childhoods in Context, Policy Press, 2013
Reflections on Atkinson’s For Ethnography
Marxist bias and academic freedom
Reflections on the role of the liberal university and the role of the academic
What is qualitative research and what should it be?
Evidence-based policymaking-more than a slogan?
Is the evidence based movement more harm than good Reply to Chalmers
The Mis-selling of Social Science
Hammersley Translating Research Findings
Review of the Field of Methodological Texts
Hammersley review of Moore The Sociology of truth
Am I a symbolic interactionist
Reproducing or constructing: on transcription
Assessing Validity in Social Research
Analytic Induction and Grounded Theorising
Ethnography and Discourse Analysis
Is social measurement possible?
Sampling and Thematic Analysis Response to Fugard and Potts
Relationship between Qualitative and Quantitative Research
Research Integrity for Psychological and Social research
Response to Carpenter Research Ethics
Sociology, What’s It For? A Critique of Gouldner
Reflections on Teaching Research Methods
Teaching Qualitative Methodology
Is it possible to teach research methods well?
‘Dumbing down’ or ‘delivering learning materials to the appropriate standards’?
Commentary on Tooley versus Ball and Gewirtz on school choice
Rhetorical turn in ethnography
What evidence for evidence-based practice?
Get Real! A defence of realism
Deconstructing Qualitative Quantitative
The relationship between qualitative and quantitative
Some notes on validity and reliability
Ethnography and the Cumulative Development of Theory
Ethnography for Survival Reply to Woods
Hammersley and Scarth wise men
Hammersley and Scarth examinations
Hammersley et al Developing and Testing Theory
Partisanship and credibility 1998
Unpublished reply to Barry Troyna on researching ‘race’
Paradigmatic Mentality Published 1984
Interactionist empiricism 1980
Hammersley and Turner Conformist Pupils
Ideology in the Staffroom 1981
Making a vice of our virtues Some notes on theory in ethnography
Towards a model of teacher activity 1979
Mobilisation of Pupil Participation 1976
Organisation of Pupil Participation 1974
PhD Thesis A Peculiar World: Teaching And Learning in an Inner-City School 1980
Hammersley and Scarth The Impact of Examinations on Secondary School Teaching
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Thank you for you very insightful talks you gave in UCC this week. I really enjoyed them. I look forward to reading the documents on your site. I know at they will be a great help in clarifying some confusion I am having at present, as I am completing my MA in Anthropology this year.
If you have the time, are there any other books that you might recommend to me on ethnographically or anthropological Tourism (especially in relation to Food and Consumerism).
martyn hammersley said:
Glad you found the talk useful Olga. I’m not sure I can help you much re the ethnography of tourism, it’s not my field. But the work of Karen O’Reilly on ethnography may be of use regarding this. You could also contact her, to see whether she could help: email@example.com
Best wishes, Martyn