The Ethnographic Interview

  • Title: The Ethnographic Interview
  • Author: James P. Spradley
  • ISBN: 9780030444968
  • Page: 294
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Ethnographic Interview The Ethnographic Interview is a practical self teaching handbook which guides students step by step through interview techniques commonly used to research ethnography and culture The text also teache
    The Ethnographic Interview is a practical, self teaching handbook which guides students step by step through interview techniques commonly used to research ethnography and culture The text also teaches students how to analyze the data they collect, and how to write an ethnography The appendices include research questions and writing tasks.

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    1. The most valuable (and most expensive) book I own. Spradley describes the means by which someone learns a new language and culture specifically for the purpose of writing about it to people seeking to know the culture. This book is valuable for two reasons: first, it describes the fracturization of culture in the first world, and formalizes a way to translate between disparate cultures within the same language. This skill has proven invauable in translating "deb speak" at work and avoiding misun [...]

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    2. Proof positive that some of the classic texts remain vital reading today. Spradley's text is a must read for anyone interested in ethnographic interviewing. It's full of highly engaging, practical illustrations and written in a very accessible style without losing the complexity of subject matter. Read it!

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    3. I have read this book probably three times I have strictly followed Spradley's research sequence. I have followed it religiously for the last year of my life. It is with some pleasure that I mark this book as read. The end is in sight!

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    4. I absolutely loved this book. Spradley's practical advice for how to conduct ethnographic research is wonderfully precise. Also, the section on taxonomic analysis is required reading for information architects!

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    5. Older, published in 1970 something, but still considered the go-to book on ethnographic research. I'm using it for background reading for my dissertation.

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    6. This, along with a companion volume "Participant Observation," are the gold standard when it comes to the methodology of ethnographic research.

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    7. The Ethnographic Interview by James P. Spradleyrequired text for college courses for uni in australia

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    8. i want to read this book

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