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Ethnographic interpretations, 12-13

Sean Swezey

Ethnographic interpretations, 12-13

socio-religious aspects of resource management, and practices of warfare among California Indians

by Sean Swezey

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Published by University of California, Dept. of Anthropology in Berkeley .
Written in English

  • California,
  • California.
    • Subjects:
    • Indians of North America -- California -- Rites and ceremonies.,
    • Indians of North America -- Wars -- California.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementSean Swezey, Steven R. James, Suzanne Graziani.
      SeriesContributions of the University of California Archaeological Research Facility ; no. 23, Contributions of the University of California Archaeological Research Facility ;, no. 23.
      ContributionsJames, Steven R., joint author., Graziani, Suzanne, joint author., Kroeber, A. L. 1876-1960.
      LC ClassificationsE51 .C2 no. 23, E78.C15 .C2 no. 23
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 109 p. :
      Number of Pages109
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4857017M
      LC Control Number75622081

        This semester, my students and I have been reading The Handbook of Ethnography (Holman Jones, Adams, & Ellis, republished by Routledge in ). This text provides methodological perspectives from a range of scholars across disciplines. Each section of the book is followed by exemplars of autoethnographic writing. Mills, D & Morton, M , 'What do i do now? making ethnographic meaning', in Ethnography in education, Research Methods in Education, SAGE Publications Ltd, London, pp. , viewed 14 June , doi: /n7. Mills, David and Missy Morton. "What Do I Do Now? Making Ethnographic Meaning." Ethnography in Education.

      M.H. Agar, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, ‘ Ethnography,’ as used traditionally, labeled a research process where an anthropologist lived in a small community to learn the details of their daily also labeled the book-length report that summarized that research. At the beginning of the twenty-first century, the meaning of the term has shifted. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kroeber, A.L. (Alfred Louis), Ethnographic interpretations. Berkeley, University of California Press,

      Ethnographic content analysis (ECA) is briefly contrasted with conventional modes of quantitative content analysis (QCA) to illustrate the usefulness of constant comparison for discovering emergent patterns, emphases, and themes in an analysis of TV news coverage of the Iranian hostage situation and news coverage of fear and terrorism.   Ethnographic analysis is the study of peoples and cultures from a ground-level view. In ethnographic research, scholars study groups of people by living among them, writing down observations and.

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published a series of books on the Trobriand Islands that also set out his distinctive form of inquiry through participation and immersion. From his position at the LSE, he became a leader in the British social anthropology community, while ethnographic participant-observation became the dominant, even defining, method of anthropological inquiry.

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and analyzing social science data, using methods ranging from reflexive historical analysis to critical ethnography. Reflecting on their own research experiences, the contributors offer an. How to Write Ethnographic Field Notes. By an eHow Contributor Participant observation is a valuable method of investigating how individuals interact with each other and structure their social group.

Ethnographic research enables social scientists to understand the day-to-day experience of the group of people they are studying. provide meaning for the culture under study, an d the strength of ethnography lies in the use of more than one method (Reeves, Kuper an d Hodges, ), this flexibility allowing for change as the.

which provided interpretation of meaning, wa s done by the researcher, using observation, description and explanation (Reeves, Kuper & Hodges, ).

Ethnography developed as the tool of social science, and involved the social scientific observer, the observed, the. Experiencing Ritual is Edith Turner's account of how she sighted a spirit form while participating in the Ihamba ritual of the Ndembu.

Through her analysis, she presents a view not common in anthropological writings—the view of millions of Africans—that ritual is the harnessing of spiritual power. Ethnography is a type of qualitative research that gathers observations, interviews and documentary data to produce detailed and comprehensive accounts of different social phenomena.

Ethnography, descriptive study of a particular human society or the process of making such a study. Contemporary ethnography is based almost entirely on fieldwork and requires the complete immersion of the anthropologist in the culture and everyday life of the people who are the subject of the study.

Ethnographic information can take many different forms. Articles, journals, statistical data, and documentaries are just a few of the many forms that ethnographic information can be conveyed.

A very common form is a book written by the person participating in the research or observation. Harry F. Wolcott (Ph.D. Stanford) taught at the University of Oregon, serving on both the faculties of education and anthropology.

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The Remembered Village, Second Edition, by M.N. Srinivas First published inThe Remembered Village is the first detailed ethnographic village study that narrates in minute detail the day-to-day social relations between members of diverse castes living in a small village community in India, and has been acknowledged as a classic by many ethnographers.

Ethnography (from Greek ἔθνος ethnos "folk, people, nation" and γράφω grapho "I write") is a branch of anthropology and the systematic study of individual cultures. In contrast with ethnology, ethnography explores cultural phenomena from the point of view of the subject of the study. Ethnography is also a type of social research involving the examination of the behaviour of the.

Thus, in ethnography, the ethnographer's self becomes a conduit of research and a primary vehicle of knowledge production. In other stories, identity and research purposes proved much more disruptive, as natives struggled to understand why an educated, connected Egyptian-American would study working-class people, much less work alongside them.

Decision making in health and social care requires robust syntheses of both quantitative and qualitative evidence.

Meta-ethnography is a seven-phase methodology for synthesising qualitative studies. Developed in by sociologists in education Noblit and Hare, meta-ethnography has evolved since its inception; it is now widely used in healthcare research and is gaining popularity in education.

One of those items an actual approach to writing a research proposal and distinctions between action research, policy research, and investigatory kinds of explorations.”-Barbara K.

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low proximity can be closeness or a threat. Examples of gaze models. Questions? Title: Microsoft PowerPoint - Ethnographic Interpretations on *FREE* shipping on qualifying cturer: UC. : Playing with Purpose: Adventures in Performative Social Science (Writing Lives: Ethnographic Narratives) (Volume 12) (): Gergen, Mary M, Gergen, Kenneth J: Books.