Preface. (G. Walford). Introduction. (G. Walford). From Field Work to Theory and Representations in Ethnography. (D. Beach). Using Photographic Diaries to Research the Gender and Academic Identities of Young Girls. (A. Allen). Ethnography, Toleration and Authenticity: Ethical Reflections on Fieldwork, Analysis and Writing. (M. Hammersley). The Personal, Professional and Political in Comparative Ethnographic Educational Research. (H. Miller, L. Russell). Theoretical Inference and Generalization Within the Case Study. (G. Lloyd-Jones). Is Ethnography Just Another Form of Surveillance? (G. Crozier). The Notion Of 'Display' in Ethnographic Research. (T. Gordon). Choice, Necessity, or Narcissism? A Feminist Does Feminist Ethnography. (B. Korth). A Response to Barbara Korth on Feminist Ethnography. (M. Hammersley). A Reply to Martyn Hammersley. (B. Korth). New Methodologies, Cultural Analysis and the Politics of Research: Re-Visiting the Lessons of Critical Ethnography. (L. Angus). Providing a Framework for A ?Shared Repertoire? in a Cross-National Research Project. (G. Troman, B. Jeffrey).