Doing Ethnographic and Observational Research
Including coverage of the selection of cases, observation and interviewing, recording data, and takes into account ethical issues, Doing Ethnographic and Observational Research introduces the reader to the practice of producing data through ethnographic fieldwork and observational research.
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ethnography and participant observation
2 What kinds of topics can be effectively and efficiently studied by ethnographic methods?
3 Selecting a field site
4 Data collection in the field
5 Focus on observation
6 Analyzing ethnographic data
7 Strategies for representing ethnographic data
8 Ethical considerations
9 Ethnography for the twentyfirstcentury
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