Tag: Emotional work

The ethnographer and the paradox of emotional closeness. An autoethnography of shame in accounting research

This paper discusses the emotional intensity of ethnographic work in accounting research, emphasizing the immersive nature of this work within social groups. Ethnographers form genuine relationships but face a dilemma when using these connections for research purposes, potentially compromising their authenticity. The focus lies on emotions, particularly shame, experienced during and after fieldwork, influencing both […]