Ethnography and Education is an international, peer-reviewed journal illuminating educational practices through empirical methodologies, which prioritises the experiences and perspectives of those involved. The journal is open to a wide range of ethnographic research that emanates from perspectives of sociology, linguistics, history, psychology, general educational studies as well as anthropology. The journal’s priority is to support ethnographic research that involves long-term engagement with those studied in order to understand their cultures; uses multiple methods of generating data, and recognises the centrality of the researcher in the research process.

The Journal welcomes substantive and methodological articles that seek to:

  • explicate and challenge the effects of educational policies and practices
  • interrogate and develop theories about educational structures, policies and experiences
  • highlight the agency of educational actors
  • provide accounts of how the everyday practices of those engaged in education are instrumental in social reproduction
  • discuss new developments in ethnographic methodologies

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