This book review is a beginning academic researcher’s interpretation of the robust methods and rich data Ho presents in her study of investment banking culture and the market in Liquidated: An Ethnography of Wall Street (2009). A unique contribution of the text is Ho’s combining of ethnographic methods in order to practice polymorphous engagement in her study. A weakness of the text is Ho’s lacking autoethnographic analysis of her experience as an Asian American woman on Wall Street. The book will be helpful for a scholarly audience interested in studying rigorous ethnographic methodologies and exploring the culture of Wall Street.
Ethnography, Polymorphous Engagement, Pre-fieldwork, Wall Street
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Cox, A. B. (2012). Making Markets and Constructing Crises: A Review of Ho’s Liquidated. The Qualitative Report, 17(15), 1-4. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol17/iss15/3