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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 3: Fieldwork Terms: Reflexive (narrative) ethnography- an approach to fieldwork that focuses on the personal experiences and perspectives of the ethnographer, as well as the voices of the native members of a culture Culture shock- a label for the resultant feelings of homesickness, disorientation, helplessness, and frustration that occur after exposure to an unfamiliar culture Life shock- a sudden unexpected experience that causes one to faint, become hysterical, or vomit (more likely to occur when immersed in an unfamiliar setting) Rapport- a harmonious relationship String figures- a type of entertainment in which designs, or figures, are created by weaving string on the fingers; patterns, tricks, catches are preformed and are accompanied by stories Participant observer- a role of an anthropologist doing ethnographic fieldwork Emic-insider’s view of a culture (uses the categories and ideas that are relevant and meaningful to the culture under study) Etic- outsider’s view of a culture (uses the categories of the anthropologist’s culture to describe the...
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2011 for the course ANTH Anth 0780 taught by Professor Richardscaglion during the Fall '09 term at Pittsburgh.

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