Week 2 Methodology ANTH 101 - Anthropology and Methodology...

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Anthropology and Methodology
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Cultural Anthropology and Methodology study of cultures in the present from a comparative and holistic point of view Method: Fieldwork studied, observed firsthand discussed with those who live in the society important that it be balanced‚ observing social, political, religious, economic institutions Three Stages in Methodology 1. Pre-Fieldwork 2. Methods during Fieldwork 3. Post-Fieldwork
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Pre-Fieldwork Preparation Research Project Literature Review Research Question Research Funding Skill and Knowledge Development Language Fieldwork sites used to be always placed in faraway places, exotic societies now can be as validly placed in contemporary, Western society that is the ethnologist's own each comes with its own benefits AND its own problems
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Methods in the Field Participant Observation: the technique of learning a people’s culture through direct participation in their everyday life for an extended period.
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course ANTH 101 taught by Professor Yukleyen,ahmet during the Spring '08 term at University of Mississippi School of Law.

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Week 2 Methodology ANTH 101 - Anthropology and Methodology...

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