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Doing Fieldwork: Warnings and Advice
by Rosalie Wax
University of Chicago Press, 1971
Cloth: 978-0-226-86949-0 | Paper: 978-0-226-86951-3
Library of Congress Classification H61.W38
Dewey Decimal Classification 300.72

ABOUT THIS BOOK | TOC
ABOUT THIS BOOK
Recounting her own field experiences in Japanese-American relocation centers during World War II and later in American Indian communities, Rosalie H. Wax offers advice to help the beginning field worker anticipate and confront the exigencies and accidents of fieldwork with good nature, fortitude, and common sense. Doing Fieldwork is a useful book in many respects: as a guide to participant observation and ethnographic fieldwork; as an analysis of the theoretical presuppositions and history of fieldwork; as a discussion of contemporary issues in social science research; and simply as an entertaining and dramatic story.

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