- Altork, K. (1998). You Never Know When You Might Want to Be a Redhead in Belize. In K. deMarrais (Ed.) Inside Stories: Qualitative Research Reflections. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. pp. 111-125.
- Lincoln, Y. (2000). Narrative Authority vs. Perjured Testimony: Courage, Vulnerability and Truth. Qualitative Studies in Education 13(2), pp. 131-138.
- Page, R., Samson, Y., and Crockett, M. (1998). Reporting Ethnography to informants. Harvard Educational Review, 68 (3), 299-332. (review)
“You Never Know When You Might Want to Be a Redhead in Belize”
- Goldie: the ‘depressed and alcoholic’ friend
- Putting words in the mouth of – there was no red hair die – transcribing error?
- Morality of exposing
- Unfunded guilts
“Narrative Authority vs. Perjured Testimony: Courage, Vulnerability and Truth”
- Historical facts are all narrated
- Must tell audience what is it that they are reading – fiction or fact
- Great job in disguising opinion about subject until the end of the paper
“Reporting Ethnography to informants”
- Problems in sharing findings with participants, when and how should you do it?