5 edition of Participant observation found in the catalog.
by Saxon House, Lexington Books in Farnborough, Hants, Lexington, Mass
|Statement||[by] Jürgen Friedrichs, Hartmut Lüdtke ; [translated from the German by Nancy Derr and Alice Gallasch].|
|Contributions||Lüdtke, Hartmut, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||H61 .F64613|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 257 p. :|
|Number of Pages||257|
|LC Control Number||74026355|
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As an anthro major who has done a lot in the discipline, but never had an explicit text that put all the info and strategies on Participant observation in one place before, I love this book.
Nice concise chapters with lots of information, little fluff and truthfully enjoyable to read/5(12). "Like its companion, The Ethnographic Interview, Participant Observation is a valuable, step-by-step guide to entering a new community.
Although an older book, it still is relevant for guiding students in engaging with a community they want to learn more about. Thank you for reissuing it!" --Lori Gardner, Trinity Western University5/5(7). The danger is that this book. hadith sciences, Islamic dogma and Islamic theology.
This participant observation was complemented by various (semi. The participant observation method, also known as ethnographic research, is when a sociologist actually becomes a part of the group they are studying in order to collect data and understand a social phenomenon or participant observation, the researcher works to play two separate roles at the same time: subjective participant and objective : Ashley Crossman.
plify and articulate the value of participant observation. Sociologists also conducted participant observation studies and discussed the use of the technique early on, including Beatrice Webb () in the s and the Chicago school of urban sociolo - gists in the s (Park, Burgess, & McKenzie, ).File Size: KB.