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He demonstrated function out of something thought worthless - Gaining rapport: canoe incident, retaliated by cutting canoes loose and stood up for himself. they liked that - gained rapport through running from the police...wasnt working for gov. o The action of understanding, being aware of, being sensitive to, and vicariously experiencing the feelings, thoughts and experience of another - dont TRULY know what its like to live in a certain society, but can start to understand - also need to look at text, economic data, demographic data, social data etc. - Things to consider: type of informat relations, type of information that can be accessed, information reliability - expresses interest in their lives, passes tests to see if she keeps info confidential, reciprocates and gives them resources - the more stigmatized a culture, the harder it is to get information - sports is often ignored: academic arrogance? • The Past: long periods of total immersion with few chances to communicate with those back home. - The Present: communicating with those back home a daily reality. - get to know more people, increasing rapport - longitudinal perspective: repeat surveys to see how things go over time, track from a benchmark survey - How do people group things? - struggled with whether to write in first person or not, how to make it interesting, how to protect these people - is ethnography fiction? how do you make it interesting?

Pages: 182

Publisher: Routledge (March 3, 2016)


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