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Contents:

    1. R Keynote Address: Thoughts on Representation
      1. Tony Salvador
    2. R Mapping the Loss of Reflexivity in the Age of Narcissism
      1. BRIDGET WALSH REGAN
        AJAY REVELS
    3. R The Cackle of Communities and the Managed Muteness of Market
      1. JOHN W. SHERRY
    4. R Searching for the 'You' in 'YouTube': An Analysis of Online Response Ability
      1. PATRICIA G. LANGE
    5. R Getting Noticed, Showing-Off, Being Overheard: Amateurs, Authors and Artists Inventing and Reinventing Themselves in Online Communities
      1. SUSAN FAULKNER
        JAY MELICAN
    6. R Abstract 2.0: If We Are All Shouting, Is There Anyone Left To Listen?
      1. DAWN NAFUS
        ROGERIO PAULA
        KEN ANDERSON
    7. R FROM FIELD TO OFFICE: THE POLITICS OF CORPORATE ETHNOGRAPHY
      1. SUZANNE L. THOMAS XUEMING LANG
    8. R Changing Diabetes Care for Good
      1. MIKKEL BROK-KRISTENSEN
    9. R The Local Ingenuity: Maximizing Livelihood through Improvising Current Communication Access Technology
      1. ANDREW WONG
    10. R Representing the Non-formal: the Business of Internet cafés in India
      1. NIMMI RANGASWAMY
    11. R ICT4D [rArr] ICT4X: MITIGATING THE IMPACT OF COGNITIVE HEURISTICS & BIASES IN ETHNOGRAPHIC BUSINESS PRACTICE
      1. TONY SALVADOR
        JOHN W. SHERRY
        L. WILTON AGATSTEIN
        HSAIN ILAHIANE
    12. R Do you hear them working? Listening to, experimenting with and architecting work process
      1. JULIA C. GLUESING
    13. R The Built Environment: Exploration toward a New Paradigm
      1. DOROTHY DEASY
        ERIK LUCKEN
        WILLIAM DOWELL
        GRETCHEN GSCHEIDLE
        LAURA LEENHOUTS
    14. R Ethnography as Design Provocation
      1. JACOB BUUR
        LARISA SITORUS
    15. R Ethnographic inspection identifying project risks
      1. AKIHIKO OBATA
        SHIGERU YAMADA
        HIROAKI HARADA
        SADAYO HIRATA
        SEISUKE ITO
    16. R Giving Voice to Print Production Facility Workers: Representing actual work practices in the streamlining of a labor intensive production print job
      1. NATHANIEL MARTIN MARY
        ANN SPRAGUE
        PATRICIA WALL
        JENNIFER WATTS-PEROTTI
    17. R Numbers may speak louder than words, but is anyone listening? The rhythmscape and sales pipeline management
      1. MELISSA CEFKIN
    18. R Ethnography and music. Disseminating ethnographic research inside organizations
      1. ARNAL LUIS
        HOLGUIN ROBERTO
    19. R ENGAGED CLIENTS: STORIES OF COLLABORATION
      1. Elizabeth Anderson-Kempe
    20. R Enabling our voices to be heard
      1. RICH RADKA
    21. R Harmonizing Human Eyes with Digital Sensors
      1. HIROSHI TAMURAR
        TAMAMI SUGASAKA
    22. R Reflective probes, primitive probes and playful triggers
      1. DARIA LOI
    23. R Listening with indifference
      1. ALEX S. TAYLOR
        LAUREL SWAN
        DAVE RANDALL
    24. R An Economy of Knowledge: Research, Architectural Practice and Knowledge (in) Translation
      1. ANDREW MAHER
        INGER MEWBURN
    25. R Teaching organizational ethnography
      1. NOZOMI IKEYA
        ERIK VINKHUYZEN
        JACK WHALEN
        YUTAKA YAMAUCHI
    26. R Research to Reality: A Business Perspective
      1. Daja Phillips
    27. R Not Lost in Translation: Maximizing Impact in Marketing Ethnography through Bivocality
      1. AMY MAISH
        MAGDA WESOLKOWSKA
    28. R Closing Keynote Address: Design Research: Processes and Provocations
      1. BRENDA LAUREL
    29. R Workshops
    30. R Viral Ethnography
    31. R Contributors
    32. R Participants