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Contents:

    1. R Front Matter
    2. R Table of Contents
    3. R Keynote Address: Ethnography and the "Extra Data" Opportunity
      1. GRANT MCCRACKEN

EVERYDAY LIFE: SECTION 1 - Everyday Life Hits You Like A Brick Wall

    1. R Larger Than Life: Bodily and Social Transitions within Type 2 Diabetes
      1. LISA REICHENBACH
        AMY MAISH
    2. R Design for Healthy Living: Mobility and the Disruption of Daily Healthcare Routines
      1. AME ELLIOTT
        BRINDA DALAL

EVERYDAY LIFE: SECTION 2 - Mundane Everyday Life

    1. R Walking the Interface: Domestication Reconsidered?
      1. JO PIERSON
        AN JACOBS
        KATRIEN DREESSEN
        ISABEL VAN DEN BROECK
        BRAM LIEVENS
        WENDY VAN DEN BROECK
    2. R A Sum Greater Than the Parts: Combining Contextual Inquiry with Other Methods to Maximize Research Insights Into Social Transitions
      1. ERIN LEEDY
        THEO DOWNES-LE GUIN
    3. R Sunday is Family Day
      1. CRYSTA J. METCALF
        GUNNAR HARBOE
    4. R We We We All The Way Home: The "We" effect in transitional spaces
      1. KEN ANDERSON
        ROGÉRIO DE PAULA

CONSIDERING ETHNOGRAPHY IN VARIOUS BUSINESS SETTINGS WHAT IS SUCCESS?

    1. R Panelists
      1. JEANETTE BLOMBERG
        TIMOTHY DE WAAL MALEFYT
        RICK E. ROBINSON

SOCIAL TRANSITIONS

    1. R Experience Models: Where Ethnography and Design Meet
      1. RACHEL JONES

SOCIAL TRANSITIONS: SECTION 1: A Reflective Analysis of Ethnography

    1. R Power Point and the Crafting of Social Data
      1. NINA WAKEFORD
    2. R Skillful Strategy, Artful Navigation & Necessary Wrangling
      1. SUZANNE L. THOMAS
        TONY SALVADOR
    3. R The Yin and Yang of Seduction and Production: Social Transitions of Ethnography Between Seductive Play and Productive Force in Industry
      1. ELIZABETH (DORI) TUNSTALL

SOCIAL TRANSITIONS: SECTION 2: Case Studies

    1. R At Home in the Field: From Objects to Lifecycles
      1. ALEXANDRA ZAFIROGLU
        ASHWINI ASOKAN
    2. R From Ethnographic Insight to User-centered Design Tools
      1. ROBIN BEERS
        PAMELA WHITNEY
    3. R Between Cram-School and Career in Tokyo
      1. DIANE J. SCHIANO
        AME ELLIOTT
        VICTORIA BELLOTTI
    4. R Transitions/Translations/Gaps: Ethnographic Representations in the Pharmaceutical Industry
      1. JOHN P. WENDEL
        LISA JANE HARDY

CULTURAL TRANSITIONS

    1. R Cultural Transitions - WWMD? Ethical Impulses and the Project of Ethnography in Industry
      1. MELISSA CEFKIN

CULTURAL TRANSITIONS: SECTION 1: What's Going On Out There?

    1. R From Ancestors to Herbs: Innovation According to 'The Protestant Reformation' in African Medicine
      1. STOKES JONES
    2. R 'Globel Events Local Impacts': India's Rural Emerging Markets
      1. NIMMI RANGASWAMY
        KENTARO TOYAMA
    3. R Online Place and Person-Making: Matters of the Heart and Self-Expression
      1. RACHEL JONES
        MARTIN ORTLIEB

CULTURAL TRANSITIONS: SECTION 2: What's Going On In Here?

    1. R Embed: Mapping the Future of Work and Play: A case for "Embedding" Non-Ethnographers in the Field
      1. ANDREW GREENMAN
        SCOTT SMITH

CULTURAL TRANSITIONS: SECTION 1: What's Going On Out There?

    1. R The Real Problem: Rhetorics of Knowing in Corporate Ethnographic Research
      1. DAWN NAFUS
        KEN ANDERSON
    2. R "Why are you taking my picture?": Navigating the Cultural Contexts of Visual Procurement
      1. JAY HASBROUCK
        SUSAN FAULKNER
    3. R Closing Remarks - What is Our Project?
      1. PAUL DOURISH

    1. R WORKSHOPS
    2. R POSTERS
    3. R CONTRIBUTORS
    4. R PARTICIPANTS