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Staying Tuned

Connections beyond ‘the Field’

Geoffrey Hughes and Anna-Maria Walter

interlocutor's curatorial self-presentation online and older (i.e., pre-social media) concerns of impression management. She notes in particular how asynchronous communication can accommodate different time zones and schedules while also allowing people in

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Felix Girke

contribution to the SAGE Encyclopedia of Qualitative Research Methods , “self-presentation, negotiation of roles, research bargains and interactions, and personal relationships with informants and other participants” surely are as important when leaving the

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Paula Mota Santos and Hugo DeBlock

-like practices (i.e., the self-presentation of a collective heritage composed of multiple distinct identities originating in the plantation era) still provide a tool that counterweights the unresolved and unsettled tensions in contemporary postplantation Hawai

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Anxiety and learning

Cultural polarisation in social science courses

Jose Leonardo Santos

that obviates polarisation anxiety. Instructor self-presentation Professors strategise about their own cultural biases. Some choose not to mention their own views. Others share openly, modelling acceptability of multiple perspectives while

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Ocean Thinking

The Work of Ocean Sciences, Scientists, and Technologies in Producing the Sea as Space

Susannah Crockford

scientists’ self-presentations of their work ( Hannigan 2016: 105–134 ). Ocean scientists writing about their own ways of knowing, learning, and gathering fragments of the ocean from which to extrapolate theory tend to focus on this theme when they write for

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Imagined individuality

Cultivating separated personhood in Cuba and beyond

Ståle Wig

accept these assertions of personal autonomy as descriptions of how businesses actually operate in Cuba. Their self-presentation rhymed with the widespread suspicion among intellectuals that market relations corrode social bonds and detach actors from the

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Sarah Pink and John Postill

machines in a context where they could depart from conventions driven by commitments to, and concerns about, protection from damage, self-presentation, and cleanliness, because the social, cultural, and technological environments that they inhabited had

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Manly Merchants

Commerce, Mobility and Masculinity among Afghan Traders in Eurasia

Magnus Marsden

also traders from Afghanistan based in Odessa, as well as the people of his home region more generally. Yet, in specific respects, Dur Muhammad's self-presentation also departs from this carefully cultivated image of the reputable Muslim merchant. I