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In-text: (A Balinese Trance Séance and Jero on Jero, 1981)
Your Bibliography: A Balinese Trance Séance and Jero on Jero. (1981). [film] University of Sydney: Documentary Educational Resources and The Human Ethology and Ethnographic Film Laboratory.
In-text: (Blackwood, 1995)
Your Bibliography: Blackwood, E. (1995). Falling in love with an-Other lesbian. London [etc.]: Routledge.
In-text: (Connor, Asch and Asch, 1986)
Your Bibliography: Connor, L., Asch, P. and Asch, T. (1986). Jero Tapakan - stories from the life of a Balinese healer. Watertown, Mass: Documentary Educational Resources.
In-text: (Crawford and Turton, 1992)
Your Bibliography: Crawford, P. and Turton, D. (1992). Film as ethnography. Manchester: Manchester University.
In-text: (Driessen, 1998)
Your Bibliography: Driessen, H. (1998). The Notion of Friendship in Ethnographic Fieldwork. Anthropological Journal on European Cultures, 7(1), pp.43-62.
In-text: (Lassiter, 2005)
Your Bibliography: Lassiter, L. (2005). The Chicago guide to collaborative ethnography. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
In-text: (Linde, 1993)
Your Bibliography: Linde, C. (1993). Life stories. New York: Oxford University Press.
In-text: (Prentice, 2008)
Your Bibliography: Prentice, R. (2008). Knowledge, Skill, and the Inculcation of the Anthropologist: Reflections on Learning to Sew in the Field. Anthropology of Work Review, 29(3), pp.54-61.
In-text: (Spencer, 1989)
Your Bibliography: Spencer, J. (1989). Anthropology as a Kind of Writing. Man, 24(1), p.145.
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