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Contemporary Studies in Ethnography

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Ethnography is a research based method on observing people in their natural environment rather than in a formal research setting. Because people and culture are so incredibly complex, ethnography offers a way to make sense of this complexity. It goes beyond a person's preconceptions by immersion into the world of others. Some cultural anthropologists consider ethnography the essence of the discipline. This book provides suggestions on how the analytical process and findings of ethnography and other forms of social science research may be applied. It also describes conceptual and methodological challenges related to qualitative research in general, and ethnography in particular. Ethnographic research that seeks to create understanding of abused children and their well-being is also included in this book.
Release date Australia
March 29th, 2010
Contributors
Edited by Alfonso Ivarra Edited by Penelope Aguero
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
tables & charts
Imprint
Nova Science Publishers Inc
Pages
210
ISBN-13
9781606923771
Product ID
3419453

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