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Term of Reference – Workshop Introduction on Ethnographic Research BACKGROUND The use of qualitative methods and ethnographic methods is intended to complement the quantitative and technical methodology frequently used in other fields, giving voice to the human experience at the center of a given topic (Patton 2002, Bernard 2011, Creswell 2014). Qualitative, anthropological research complements other, more technical and economic approaches. Tools available to the ethnographer include formal and semiformal interviews, participant-observation, photography, among others. Collected data can be analyzed in a number of ways, including through transcription and coding for emergent themes. Through the use of ethnographic methods, a complicated portrait emerges of a particular group and its individuals, capturing essential aspects that can be missed in other approaches. The presenter’s ethnographic experience includes long term participant-observation of Indonesian university
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