"Emerging from a highly successful volume of the American Behavioral Scientist , this edited volume is organized around three thematic issues: methodology, epistemological reflection, and theoretical and conceptual exploration. Each of these guiding themes is developed to greater or lesser degree in each chapter providing a navigational thread throughout the entire book. Key Features: - Includes a reader's guide that connects different chapters to different conceptual themes and methodological approaches, - Offers an expanded list of suggested readings, arranged thematically within the general framework of the book - Provides original and reprinted works by leading qualitative researchers across a wide range of fields"
When Words Are Not Enough: Eliciting Children's Experiences of Buddhist Monastic Life Through Photographs1
One of the challenges an ethnographer commonly faces is arriving at questions and issues that are meaningful to the interviewees. Initially, field research begins with a set of questions that a ...