I require an extensive summary of each of the following ethnographic studies, a writer that has previously studied anthropology is preferred as it is really important that the methodologies that the anthropologists have used (participant observation) is highlighted. I need you to include the similarities of each in relation to the statement “Major social change does not for the most part come about as an intended consequence of action” (Ortner 1984: 157).
-Raschig, M. (2017). Triggering change: police homicides, community healing, and the
emergent eventfulness of the new civil rights. Cultural anthropology, 32(3), 399-423.
-Roberts, E. F. (2017). WHAT GETS INSIDE: Violent Entanglements and Toxic Boundaries
in Mexico City. Cultural Anthropology, 32(4), 592-619.
-Yarrow, T. (2017). REMAINS OF THE FUTURE: Rethinking the Space and Time of
Ruination through the Volta Resettlement Project, Ghana. Cultural Anthropology,
Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute
-Eriksen, A. (2018). Going to ‘Pentecost’: how to study Pentecostalism–in Melanesia, for
example. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 24(1), 164-180.
-Huang, J. Q. (2018). Digital aspirations:‘wrong-number’mobile-phone relationships and
experimental ethics among women entrepreneurs in rural Bangladesh. Journal of the
Royal Anthropological Institute, 24(1), 107-125.
-Rajković, I. (2018). For an anthropology of the demoralized: state pay, mock-labour, and
unfreedom in a Serbian firm. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 24(1), 47-
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