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Doing Cultural Anthropology : Projects for Ethnographic Data Collection

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9781577664642

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1577664647
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Pub. Date:
8/5/2006
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Waveland Pr Inc
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments ix
Introduction 1(8)
Michael V. Angrosino
Becoming a Participant Observer
9(10)
Gerry Tierney
Exploring Genealogy
19(14)
Constance P. deRoche
Conducting a Life History Interview
33(12)
Michael V. Angrosino
Analyzing Narrative Data
45(18)
Nancy Redfern-Vance
Reconstructing a Community through Archival Research
63(8)
Cheryl Rodriguez
Yvette Baber
Using a Museum as a Resource for Ethnographic Research
71(12)
Serena Nanda
Observing a Workplace
83(8)
Kathryn Borman
Ellen Puccia
Amy Fox McNulty
Bill Goddard
Carrying Out a Structured Observation
91(8)
Laurie J. Price
Designing a Questionnaire for Cross-Cultural Research
99(10)
Roberta D. Baer
Susan C. Weller
Working with Numerical Data
109(6)
Martha W. Rees
Planning and Moderating Focus Group Research
115(14)
Carol Bryant
Applying Visual Methods in Ethnographic Research
129(10)
S. Elizabeth Bird
Constructing a Virtual Ethnography
139(10)
S. Elizabeth Bird
Jessica Barber
Developing an Electronic Ethnography
149(12)
Alvin W. Wolfe
Guy Hagen
Composing Autoethnographic Stories
161(16)
Leigh Berger
Carolyn Ellis
Participating in an Ethnographic Field School
177(10)
Tim Wallace
Contributors 187


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