Applied Ethnography: Guidelines for Field Research

@inproceedings{Pelto2013AppliedEG,
  title={Applied Ethnography: Guidelines for Field Research},
  author={P. Pelto},
  year={2013}
}
This comprehensive, engaging guide to applied research distills the expertise of the distinguished ethnographer and methodologist Pertti Pelto over his acclaimed 50-year career. Having written the first major text promoting mixed qualitative and quantitative methods in applied ethnography in the 1970s, Pelto now synthesizes decades of innovation, including examples from around the world that illustrate how specific methods yield immediate results for addressing social problems. Ideal for… Expand
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