Doing Cultural Anthropology: Projects for Ethnographic Data Collection, Second Edition. Front Cover. Michael V. Angrosino. Waveland Press. Doing Cultural Anthropology: Projects for Ethnographic Data Collection. Front Cover. Michael V. Angrosino. Waveland Press, Incorporated, – Social. Doing Cultural Anthropology . second edition. Doing Cultural Anthropology projects for ethnographic data collection. Michael V. Angrosino University of South.
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Following an overview of a particular ethnographic method, each author describes his or her own research project and shows how that technique is utilized.
Other editions – Anthropologt all Doing Cultural Anthropology: Elmore No preview available – GreenGregory CamilliPatricia B. Chapter 13 Constructing a Virtual Ethnography. Waveland Press, Incorporated- Social Science – pages.
Following an overview of a particular ethnographic method, each author describes his or her own research project and shows how that technique is utilized. Constructing a Virtual Ethnography S. Selected pages Title Page. A book on participant observation and a book on oral history methods are both currently in press. Chapter 16 Participating in an Ethnographic Field School.
The Culture of the Sacred. Waveland PressAug 10, – Social Science – pages.
Doing Cultural Anthropology : Projects for Ethnographic Data Collection
anthropolkgy Easy to read and build on in class. Chapter 1 Becomign a Participant Observer. Projects for Ethnographic Data Collection Learning-by-doing remains the thrust of the latest edition, which includes two new chapters plus significant revisions to five of the original contributions.
Angrosino Snippet view – Chapter 4 Analyzing Narrative Data. He regularly teaches graduate seminars in qualitative methods and oral history. Chapter 5 Reconstructing a Anfrosino through Archival Research. This is an excellent text for teaching anthropological methods to undergraduates. Marti – Starting Fieldwork. Conducting a Life History Interview.
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Angrosino Limited preview – Reflecting the contributions of nearly two dozen practicing social scientists, each clearly written chapter covers the fundamentals of different data-collection techniques.
Each chapter ends with suggestions for student projects that promote hands-on anthhropology to what ethnographers actually do. Becoming a Participant Observer Gerry Tierney 2.
Readers are given just enough information to appreciate the technique and to practice it for themselves. He is the co-author of Field Projects in Anthropology and the editor of Doing Cultural Anthropology, two texts that feature hands-on exercises in conducting ethnographic research. Angrosino Snippet view – Chapter 15 Composing Autoethnographic Stories. Also by Michael V. Reflecting the contributions of nearly two dozen practicing social scientists, each clearly written chapter of Doing Cultural Anthropology covers the fundamentals of a different data-collection technique.
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Chapter 2 Exploring Genealogy. Chapter 7 Observing a Workplace. Elizabeth Bird and Jessica Barber Chapter sngrosino Working anthropolofy Numerical Data.
Projects in Ethnographic Research. Working with Numerical Data Martha W. Projects for Ethnographic Data Collection. Developing a Electronic Ethnography Alvin W. He has conducted ethnographic fieldwork in the United States and in the West Indies on topics including ethnic identity and cultural diversity, labor migration, mental health policy and service delivery, and the role of organized religion in secular society.
Account Options Sign in. Request Faculty Examination Copy. Learning-by-doing is the thrust of the current edition. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Anthropologyy 3 Conducting a Life History Interview. From inside the book. Chapter 14 Developing an Electronic Ethnography. As a practical bridge between the classroom and the field, this down-to-earth, hands-on collection offers an impressive range of insightful, focused vignettes about cultural research that will jumpstart students thinking about the practice of anthropology.
Wolfe and Guy Hagen Chapter 8 Carrying Out a Structured Observation. Spradley – Participant Observation.