ESSENTIAL ETHNOGRAPHIC METHODS A MIXED METHODS APPROACH 2ND EDITION ETHNOGRAPHERS TOOLKIT

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Essential Ethnographic Methods

Author : Jean J. Schensul
ISBN : 9780759122031
Genre : Social Science
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Essential Ethnographic Methods introduces the fundamental, face-to-face data collection tools for ethnographers and other qualitative researchers and provides detailed instruction to improve the quality and scope of data collection. .
Category: Social Science

Specialized Ethnographic Methods

Author : Jean J. Schensul
ISBN : 9780759122055
Genre : Social Science
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This collection of individually authored chapters provides cutting-edge approaches to ethnography.Specialized Ethnographic Methods: A Mixed Methods Approachcomplements the basic inventory of ethnographic data collection tools presented in Book 3 with a number of important additional approaches to conducting ethnography. These include defining and collecting cultural artifacts, collecting secondary and archival data, cultural sorting and comparing methods, spatial research and analysis, network research and analysis, use of multimedia strategies for the collection of ethnographic data, ways to recruit and study “hidden populations,” and participatory ethnographic video production.
Category: Social Science

Initiating Ethnographic Research

Author : Stephen L. Schensul
ISBN : 9780759122017
Genre : Social Science
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Schensul & LeCompte, Essential Ethnographic Methods: Observations, Interviews and Questionnaires (AltaMira, 1999, $34.95) Paper: 7728 LTD sales, $156,131 net sales (Last year sales: 538, YTD sales: 125) Schensul & LeCompte, Designing & Conducting Ethnographic Research, 2E (AltaMira, 2010, $34.95) Paper: 1095 LTD sales, $28,018 net sales
Category: Social Science

Ethnography In Action

Author : Jean J. Schensul, Institute for Community Research
ISBN : 9780759122123
Genre : Social Science
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In this capstone title to the Ethnographer’s Toolkit series, Jean J. Schensul and Margaret D. LeCompte explore how ethnographic research intersects with and enhances numerous areas of applied and practice-oriented social science.
Category: Social Science

Doing Fieldwork

Author : W. Fife
ISBN : 9781403980564
Genre : Science
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Making use of his own research experiences in Papua New Guinea, Southern Ontario, and Newfoundland, Wayne Fife teaches students and new researchers how to prepare for research, conduct a study, analyze the material (e.g. create new social and cultural theory), and write academic or policy oriented books, articles, or reports. The reader is taught how to combine historic and contemporary documents (e.g. archives, newspapers, government reports) with fieldwork methods (e.g. participant-observation, interviews, and self-reporting) to create ethnographic studies of disadvantaged populations. Anthropologists, Sociologists, Folklorists and Educational researchers will equally benefit from this critical approach to research.
Category: Science

Dispatches From The Field

Author : Andrew Gardner
ISBN : 9781478608738
Genre : Social Science
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Penned by advanced graduate students amidst their dissertation fieldwork, these provocative essays capture the challenges and intricacies of that anthropological rite of passage. The collections authors frankly portray the mistakes they made in the field, their struggle to analyze the events unfolding before their eyes, the psychological and emotional frustration seemingly endemic to doing ethnography, and the ethical complexities of researching living people. The authors present these essays not as models of ideal fieldwork or as a series of lessons about how to overcome potential hurdles one faces in the field, but rather as a window into the complexities of being an ethnographer in the contemporary world. Against a backdrop of subject populations increasingly informed about global relations of power and, more specifically, informed about the topography of American imperialism, these humanistic essays vividly reflect recent shifts in both the focus and methods of anthropological research, as well as the dilemmas underlying the construction of anthropological knowledge. They are meant to spark discussion and debate. While tailored to an audience relatively new to ethnographic fieldwork (and intended as a teaching tool), this collection should appeal to anthropologists and ethnographers at all points in their career.
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Amazon Town Tv

Author : Richard Pace
ISBN : 9780292748903
Genre : Social Science
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In 1983, anthropologist Richard Pace began his fieldwork in the Amazonian community of Gurupá one year after the first few television sets arrived. On a nightly basis, as the community’s electricity was turned on, he observed crowds of people lining up outside open windows or doors of the few homes possessing TV sets, intent on catching a glimpse of this fascinating novelty. Stoic, mute, and completely absorbed, they stood for hours contemplating every message and image presented. So begins the cultural turning point that is the basis of Amazon Town TV, a rich analysis of Gurupá in the decades during and following the spread of television. Pace worked with sociologist Brian Hinote to explore the sociocultural implications of television’s introduction in this community long isolated by geographic and communication barriers. They explore how viewers change their daily routines to watch the medium; how viewers accept, miss, ignore, negotiate, and resist media messages; and how television’s influence works within the local cultural context to modify social identities, consumption patterns, and worldviews.
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A Guide To Assessing Needs

Author : Ryan Watkins
ISBN : 9780821389010
Genre : Business & Economics
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Making informed decisions is the essential beginning to any successful development project. Before the project even begins, you can use needs assessment approaches to guide your decisions. This book is filled with practical strategies that can help you define the desired results and select the most appropriate activities for achieving them.
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Ethics In Ethnography

Author : Margaret D. LeCompte, University of Colorado, Boulder
ISBN : 9780759122109
Genre : Social Science
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Ethics in Ethnography (Book 6 in the Ethnographer’s Toolkit series) explores the burgeoning field of research ethics and addresses how ethical considerations—formally-imposed as well as informal, “everyday” concerns—underpin good ethnographic research.
Category: Social Science

Alarming Reports

Author : Andrew Arno's
ISBN : 9781845459154
Genre : Social Science
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News stories provide an essential confirmation of our ideas about who we are, what we have to fear, and what to do about it: a marketplace of ideas, shopped by rational citizen decision makers but also a shared resource for grounding our contested narratives of identity in objective reality. News as a fundamental social process comes into being not when an event takes place or when a report of the event is created but when that report becomes news to someone. As it moves off the page into the community, news discovers - through its interpretations - its reality in the lives of the consumers. This book explores the path of news as it moves through the tangled labyrinth of social identities and asserted interests that lie beyond the page or screen. The language and communication-oriented study of news promises a salient area of investigation, pointing the way to an expansion, if not a redefinition of basic anthropological ideas and practices of ethnography, participant observation, and "the field" in the future of anthropological research.
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