Ethnography and human development : context and meaning in social inquiry

Auteur(s) : Jessor, Richard (Éd.)
Colby, Anne (Éd.)
Shweder, Richard A. (Éd.)
Description matérielle : xiv-516 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. Collection: The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur foundation series on mental health and development Publication : Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1996.Cote : G.4902Note : Réf. Dissém. ; Index. Thématique : Ethnologie | Ethnographie | Méthodologie
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Ethnographic methods in contemporary perspective / Jessor, Richard --

True ethnography: the lore, the law, and the lure / Shweder, Richard A. --

The epistemology of qualitative research / Becker, Howard S. --

Missing persons: recovering developmental stories/histories / Mishler, Elliot G. --

Culture, development, disability / McDermott, R. P. and Varenne, Hervé --

The epistemological crisis in the human disciplines: letting the old do the work of the new / Denzin, Norman K. --

Can we overcome worldview incommensurability/relativity in trying to understand the other? / Campbell, Donald T. --

Quanta and qualia: what is the "object" of ethnographic method? / Shweder, Richard A. --

Instantiating culture through discourse practices: some personal reflections on socialization and how to study it / Miller, Peggy J. --

Neighborhood social organization: a forgotten object of ethnographic study? / Sullivan, Mercer L. --

Ruling places: adaptation in development by inner-city youth / Heath, Shirley Brice --

Role-relationship models: a person-schematic method for inferring beliefs about identity and social action / Horowitz, Mardi J. ; Stinson, Charles and Milbrath, Constance --

Studying cognitive development in sociocultural context: the development of a practice-based approach / Saxe, Geoffrey B. --

Why ethnography should be the most important method in the study of human development / Weisner, Thomas S. --

The multiple contexts of human development / Colby, Anne --

Ideology and subjectivity: midlife and menopause in Japan and North America / Lock, Margaret --

Ethnography, biography, and cultural history: generational paradigms in human development / Newman, Katherine --

Ethnographic insights on social context and adolescent development among inner-city African-American teens / Burton, Linda M. ; Obeidallah, Dawn A. and Allison, Kevin --

Transitions in early childhood: the promise of comparative, longitudinal ethnography / Corsaro, William A. --

Nature, second nature, and individual development: an ethnographic opportunity / Damon, William --

The uneasy engagement of human development and ethnography / Modell, John --

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