Membership roles in field research

Patricia A. Adler, Peter Adler

There are a range of possible roles that can be played by ethnographers in field research, from the detached observer to the the fully-fledged participant. The choice of role will affect the type of information available to the researcher and the kind of ethnography written. The authors discuss the problems and advantages at each level of involvement and give examples of modern ethnographic studies.

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  • PART ONE: THE HISTORY AND EPISTEMOLOGY OF FIELDWORK ROLES The Chicago School More Radical Views on Membership The California Sociologies of Everyday Life Existential Sociology The Investigative Paradigm Ethnomethodology Becoming the Phenomenon Synthesis The Critique of Traditional Field Research Membership Roles in Field Research PART TWO: PERIPHERAL MEMBERSHIP The Process of Membership Becoming a Peripheral-Member-Researcher The Membership Experience Disengagement Reflections PART THREE: ACTIVE MEMBERSHIP The Process of Membership Becoming an Active-Member-Researcher The Membership Experience Disengagement Reflections PART FOUR: COMPLETE MEMBERSHIP The Process of Membership Becoming a Complete-Member-Researcher The Membership Experience Disengagement Reflections

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書名 Membership roles in field research
著作者等 Adler, Patricia A.
Adler, Peter
シリーズ名 Sage university papers series
Qualitative research methods
出版元 Sage
刊行年月 c1987
ページ数 95 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 0803925786
0803927606
NCID BA01286445
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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