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Participant Observation

ISBN13:

9780030445019

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ISBN10:
0030445019
Edition:
1st
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/2/1980
Publisher(s):
Wadsworth Publishing
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Table of Contents

PART ONE ETHNOGRAPHY AND CULTURE 1(36)
Ethnography and Culture
3(10)
Culture
5(5)
Making Culture Inferences
10(3)
Ethnography for What?
13(13)
Understanding the Human Species
13(3)
Ethnography in the Service of Humankind
16(4)
Ethical Principles
20(6)
The Ethnographic Research Cycle
26(11)
Selecting an Ethnographic Project
28(3)
Asking Ethnographic Questions
31(2)
Collecting Ethnographic Data
33(1)
Making an Ethnographic Record
33(1)
Analyzing Ethnographic Data
33(1)
Writing an Ethnography
34(3)
PART TWO THE DEVELOPMENTAL RESEARCH SEQUENCE 37(138)
Locating a Social Situation
39(14)
Social Situations
39(6)
Selection Criteria
45(8)
Doing Participant Observation
53(10)
Ordinary Participant versus Participant Observer
53(5)
Types of Participation
58(5)
Making an Ethnographic Record
63(10)
The Ethnographic Record and Language Use
63(6)
Kinds of Fieldnotes
69(4)
Making Descriptive Observations
73(12)
The Ethnographic inquiry Unit
73(3)
Kinds of Descriptive Observations
76(4)
Descriptive Question Matrix
80(5)
Making a Domain Analysis
85(15)
Ethnographic Analysis
85(3)
Cultural Domains
88(3)
Steps in Making a Domain Analysis
91(9)
Making Focused Observations
100(12)
Selecting an Ethnographic Focus
101(6)
Focused Observations
107(5)
Making a Taxonomic Analysis
112(10)
Taxonomy
112(4)
Taxonomic Analysis
116(6)
Making Selected Observations
122(8)
Interviews and Participant Observation
123(2)
Contrast Questions
125(3)
Selective Observations
128(2)
Making a Componential Analysis
130(10)
Componential Analysis
131(2)
Steps in Making a Componential Analysis
133(7)
Discovering Cultural Themes
140(15)
Cultural Themes
140(4)
Strategies for Making a Theme Analysis
144(11)
Taking a Cultural Inventory
155(5)
Make a List of Cultural Domains
156(1)
Make a List of Analyzed Domains
156(1)
Collect Sketch Maps
157(1)
Make a List of Themes
157(1)
Inventory Examples
157(1)
Identify Organizing Domains
158(1)
Make an Index or Table of Contents
158(1)
Inventory Miscellaneous Data
158(1)
Additional Research Possibilities
159(1)
Step Twelve Writing an Ethnography
160(15)
The Translation Process
161(7)
Steps in Writing an Ethnography
168(7)
Appendix A The Developmental Research Sequence Method 175(5)
Appendix B Developmental Research Sequence Writing Tasks 180(3)
Bibliography 183(6)
Index 189


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