Welcome to the methodspace group for David Silverman’s SAGE textbooks. This group has been set up to allow users of all of David's books to debate issues raised in the text, share comments and questions with the author and with SAGE , the publisher, and to connect to each other. Through this group, SAGE will provide additional resources from the books' companion websites including links to video content, useful websites and further reading. We look forward to hearing your thoughts on the new…See More
"Thanks for sharing this chapter with us. I thoguht it made a succint and fascinating journey through complex issues in fieldwork and ethnographic thinking. There were so many points I appreciated hearing the authors thougths on eg the predatory…"
I don’t know that there is a convention (yet) for this one. You may need to decide what works best for your examiners and supervisors - that is, decide what is best for your intended readers - should the original language used by…"
You have raised some really good points.....
I am using case study as an approach to and treatment of data, rather than as a methdology.
Oh, also, one tricky thing about being in an international forum - and a multi-disciplinary one - is…"
this is by way of reply to your most recent post today... i've also found some great articles addressing researcher positioning and the power dynamics between researchers and participants... some of this hinges on critiques of the…"
Hi Ann, I am developing a proposal for my PhD on "Investigating community engagement in health research: a reality or myth". The aim of this proposed study is to examine and understand the rhetoric and actual practice of community participation in health care research. I am intending to employ critical ethnographic approach to collect an account of evidence based best practices of use of participatory action research to engage communities in research. These are my initial thoughts, would be please give your thoughts on methodology aspects. Thanks
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