Chapter 2 - 03:35 KeyConcepts

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03:35   Key Concepts   collaborative research:  an approach to learning about culture that involves  anthropologists working with members of the study population as partners and  teammates  rather than researchers and “subjects.”    culture shock:  persistent feelings of uneasiness, loneliness, and anxiety that  often occur  when a person has shifted from one culture to a different one.     deductive approach (to research):  a research method that involves posing a  research  question or hypothesis, gathering empirical data related to the question, and then  assessing the findings in relation to the original hypothesis.     emic:  what insiders perceive about their culture, their perceptions of reality, and  their  explanations for why they do what they do.   etic:  an analytical framework used by outside analysts in studying culture; it may  be  based on a hypothesis or guided by a search for causal relationships.  
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2011 for the course HUMANITIES 1A03 taught by Professor Mett during the Spring '11 term at London College of Accountancy.

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Chapter 2 - 03:35 KeyConcepts

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