ETHNOGRAPHY.ETHNOLOGY

ETHNOGRAPHY.ETHNOLOGY - previous ethnographers....

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Ethnology and Ethnography Ethnographic Methods Ethnological (Comparative) Methods
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Ethnographic Methods There are two sources of cultural data about a particular people The living members of the society - ethnographic fieldwork. Written accounts or other records about that group of people - ethnohistoric research
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Is the Study Ethnographic or Ethnological ? The Game of Cricket as played in England, Australia and Jamaica.
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Is the Study Ethnographic or Ethnological ? A Comparative Study of Language Use Among American Males and Females.
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Is the Study Ethnographic or Ethnological ? The Use of Metaphor in Haitian and Cajun French Patois.
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Is the Study Ethnographic or Ethnological ? Comparison of Father-Son Bonding with Mother-Son Bonding in Borneo.
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Comparative Methods Compare information collected by
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Unformatted text preview: previous ethnographers. Cross-cultural comparisons Controlled historical comparisons Cross-cultural comparison Testing hypotheses by examining the statistical correlations between particular cultural variables, using synchronic data drawn from a number of societies. Issues in Field Research Overcoming Stereotypes Defining field workers role in the community and developing rapport Identifying and interviewing consultants Stereotypes Preconceived generalizations of a group that biases the way they are perceived and how their behavior is interpreted. Fieldwork Definitions Culture shock The feeling of uncertainty and anxiety an individual experiences when placed in a strange cultural setting...
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