Political Ethnography

About the series

Political Ethnography is an outlet for ethnographic research into politics and administration and builds an interdisciplinary platform for a readership interested in qualitative research in this area. Such work cuts across traditional scholarly boundaries of political science, public administration, anthropology, social policy studies and development studies and facilitates a conversation across disciplines. The series provokes a re-thinking of how researchers can understand politics and administration.

Series editor
Rod Rhodes, Professor of Government, University of Southhampton

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