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Campbell, Marie L. (1998). Institutional ethnography and experience as data. Qualitative Sociology, 21(1), 55 – 73.
Campbell, Marie and Ann Manicom (Eds). (1995). Knowledge, experience, and ruling relations: Studies in the social organization of knowledge. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Campbell, Marie and Frances Gregor. (2002). Mapping the social: A primer in doing institutional ethnography. Aurora, On: Garamond Press.
Collins, Patricia Hill. (1992). Transforming the inner circle: Dorothy Smith's challenge to sociological theory. Sociological Theory. Spring 10(1).
de Montigny, Gerald A. J. (1995). Social Working: An ethnography of front-line practice. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
DeVault, Marjorie L. and Liza McCoy. (2001). Institutional ethnography: Using interviews to investigate ruling relations. In J.F. Gubrium and J.A. Holstein (Eds.), Handbook of interview research: Context and methods. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.
Diamond, Timothy. (1992). Making gray gold: Narratives of nursing home care. The Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
Grahame, P.R. (1998). Ethnography, institutions, and the problematic of the everyday world. Human Studies. 21, 348 – 360.
Grahame, P.R. and K. M. Grahame. (2001).
Official Knowledge and the Relations of Ruling: Explorations in
Institutional Ethnography. The Journal for Pedagogy, Pluralism,
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Griffith, Alison and Dorothy E. Smith. (2005). Mothering for schooling. New York: Routledge.
Griffith, Alison. (2001). Texts, tyranny and transformation: Restructuring Ontario education. Pp. 83-98 in J. Portelli and P. Solomon (eds.), Social Democracy and Educational Restructuring. Calgary: Detselig.
Griffith, Alison and Kim Waggoner. (1998). Parent involvement in education: Ideology and experience. A. Griffith and S. Schecter (eds.), Mothering, educating and schooling [Special Issue]. Journal for a Just and Caring Education, 4(1), January. Pp. 65-77.
Griffith, Alison. (1998). Insider/outsider: Epistemological privilege and mothering work. Human Studies, 21(4), October, pp. 361-376.
Griffith, Alison. (1995). Co-ordinating family and school: Mothering and schooling. (online) Educational policy analysis archives. Arizona State University, 3 (1) January.
Griffith, Alison. (1992). Educational policy as text and action. Educational Policy, 6 (4): 415-428.
Griffith, Alison I and Dorothy E. Smith. (2004). Mothering for schooling. New York: Rougtledge.
DeVault, Marjorie L. (1999). "Institutional ethnography: A strategy for feminist inquiry." Pp. 46-54, in Liberating method: Feminism and social research. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
Smith, Dorothy E. (1977). Feminism and Marxism: A place to begin a way to go. Vancouver, BC: New Star Books.
Smith, Dorothy E. (1986). Institutional Ethnography: A Feminist Method. Resource for Feminist Research, Vol. 15: 6 – 13.
Smith, Dorothy E. (1987). The everyday world as problematic: A feminist sociology. Boston: Northeastern University Press.
Smith, Dorothy E. (1990). The conceptual practices of power: A feminist sociology of knowledge. Boston: Northeastern University Press.
Smith, Dorothy E. (1990). Texts, facts, and femininity: Exploring the relations of ruling. London: Routledge.
Smith, Dorothy E. (1999). Writing the social: Critique, theory, and investigations. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Smith, Dorothy E. (2002). "Institutional Ethnography." Pp. 150-161 in Tim May (ed.), Qualitative research in action: An international guide to issues in practice. London: Sage.
Smith, Dorothy E. (2002). Texts and the ontology of organizations and institutions. Studies in Cultures, Organizations and Societies. Special Issue 'Studies in Institutional Ethnography,' Dorothy Smith and Stephan Dobson (eds.) vol. 7(2): 159-198.
Smith, Dorothy E. (2005). Institutional ethnography: A sociology for people. Toronto: AltaMira Press.