Ethnographic Research: A Guide to General Conduct is the first in the ASA Research Methods series. This volume is about ethnographic research, the production of data, and the practical aspects of research practice. It is general and introductory in scope. Designed as a handbook, it is suitable for rapid reference. It provides basic outlines on general practical matters of concern to all those engaged in ethnographic research, introduces the series as a whole, and serves as a guide to existing literature on issues not specifically covered by the more specialized volumes which follow.
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This Volume first appeared in 1984 in a series on research methods in social anthropology in response to a complete lack of up-to-date texts in this area. Now is response to great demand it is reissued in paperback.
The book covers the relationship between theory and the research process, the history of field methods, the various research approaches, the experience of field work and its associated ethical problems. More practical problems are not forgotten and guidance is given on preparing for the field, data production and writing up.
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Book Description Academic Pr, 1984. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110122371801