Research Methods in Cultural Anthropology

  title={Research Methods in Cultural Anthropology},
  author={H. Bernard},
  • H. Bernard
  • Published 1988
  • Psychology
  • PART ONE: PREPARING FOR FIELD RESEARCH Anthropology and Social Science The Foundations of Social Research Anthropology and the Experimental Method Sampling Choosing Research Problems, Sites and Methods The Literature Search PART TWO: COLLECTING DATA Participant Observation Taking and Managing Field Notes Unstructured and Semistructured Interviewing Structured Interviewing Questionnaires and Survey Research Direct, Reactive Observation Unobtrusive Observation PART THREE: ANALYZING DATA… CONTINUE READING
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