Realist ethnography is mainly used by cultural anthropologists. Realist ethnography involves an objective point of view on the situation. Normally it is presented in third person and objectively describes the information gathered from participants.
Critical ethnography is ethnographic research where the ethnographer is a spokesperson for the emancipation of marginalized culture sharing groups. These ethnographers utilize their research as a way to speak out against an oppressive body in order to find equality: This type of ethnography is value-laden, and gives power to the powerless through authority, challenging the status quo.
Methods and Procedures
Many cultures and groups that are studied are marginalized or oppressed. It can be difficult to gain information if trust has not been established. Establishing a relationship with an individual of the group will allow the researcher in, otherwise known as a gatekeeper Part of the procedure is to select key themes, issues and theories in order to provide a framework for the study. The ethnographer will study the interactions between people in their common, every day settings. To do this, the researcher must give respect for