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-====== Ethnography ~ MOP July 2018 ======+====== Intro to Culture and Ethnography ~ MOP July 2018 ======
 ===== Facilitator: Gary Ridley ===== ===== Facilitator: Gary Ridley =====
-==== Ethnography session at Pre-Field Training (MOP) ====+==== Description: ==== 
 +This session will involve a discussion of what culture is and how ethnography can be a tool for learning about culture. We will explore the difference between observation and interpretation and practice observing in a lunchtime activity. 
 +==== Objectives: ==== 
 +  To define the term “culture” and explain the relationship between behaviors, values, beliefs, and worldview. 
 +  - To define “ethnography” and discuss some principles for observing and interpreting cultures. 
 +  - To practice observation skills by participating a family lunchtime activity and then discussing what can be learned from the experience. 
 +==== Handouts for Ethnography ====
   * {{:culture_and_ethnography_summer_2016_handout.docx|Culture and Ethnography Handout}}   * {{:culture_and_ethnography_summer_2016_handout.docx|Culture and Ethnography Handout}}
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    * {{:ethnography_summer_2016.pptx|Ethnography PowerPoint}}    * {{:ethnography_summer_2016.pptx|Ethnography PowerPoint}}
-===== Resources ===== +=====   =====
- +
-  * James P. Spradley,[[|Participant Observation,]] New York: Holt, Rinehart and Wilson, 1980. now available on Kindle +
-  * **James P. Spradley, __[[|The Ethnographic Interview]]__ , New York: Holt, Rinehart and Wilson, 1979. Now available on Kindle** +
-  * [[|Writing Ethnographic Field Notes]] by Emerson, Fretz, Shaw +
-  * [[|Tales of the Field]] by John Van Maanen – how to write ethnographies +
-  * [[|The Bottom Billion: Why the Poorest Countries are Failing and What can be Done About It ]]by Paul Collier – opens our eyes to the real world and how the rich and the poor influence each other +
- +
-===== Ethnographies on People Groups ===== +
- +
-==== Hakka: ==== +
- +
-  * **[[|Guest People: Hakka Identity in China and Abroad]] (Studies on Ethnic Groups in China) Hardcover – March 1996 **by [[|Nick Constable]] (Author), [[|Nicole Constable]] (Editor). The essays in this volume analyze and compare what it means to be Hakka in a variety of sociocultural, political, geographical, and historical contexts including Malaysia, Hong Kong, Calcutta, Taiwan, and contemporary China. +
-  * **Negotiating Identity: Exploring Tensions between Being Hakka and Being Christian in Northwestern Taiwan (American Society of Missiology Monograph Series Book 13) Kindle Edition ** [[|Ethan Christofferson]] (Author). “This book is theoretically sophisticated, empirically rich, and missiologically wise—an outstanding contribution to contemporary missiology. This is the single best missiological treatment of ethnic identity in relationship to Christian conversion currently available.” \\  —Robert J. Priest, Professor of Mission, Anthropology, and International Studies, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School +
-==== Ethnographic Databases ==== +
- +
-  * [[|Yale Human Relations Area Files ]]+
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