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The Annals of Japan Association for Urban Sociology
Rethinking the methodology of the Chicago school of urban ethnography, this paper focuses on the research trends on the Berkeley school of contemporary urban ethnography. Berkeley school of the contemporary urban ethnography constructed five points of methodological renovation compared with the Chicago school. First, it develops the field method from single-case and single-place to single-case and multi-places [Sánchez-Jankowski, 1991 and . Furthermore, it proposes the multi-case methoddoi:10.5637/jpasurban.2011.143 fatcat:tnswglhp4beyfja6dvcnbyemai