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method of anthropologic research that gives scientific descriptions of individual human societiesEthnography
an ethical responsibility to address processes of unfairness or injustice within a particular lived domaincritical ethnography
when the researchers interests are masked; requires denial of all politicsventriloquist stance
when the researcher makes their position known and takes an activist positionactivist stance
a patterned behavior or way of lifeculture
insider analysis based on theoretical and pragmatic insightsemic
outsider analysis produced from interpreting a cultureetic
an approach to developing new theories involving induction; focusing on methodology and data collectiongrounded theory
a form of reasoning that allows for the creation of explanatory hypotheses through which we perceive phenomena as relatedabductive analysis
approaching research with a feminist lens; focuses on relationship powerfeminist ethnography
performing ethnographic research at multiple sitesmulti-sited ethnography
attempts to reject stereotypes and looking at what is the point of connection to understanding everythingrelational ethnography
to give the whole picture or contextthick description
distinctive culture of a small group of peoplemicroculture
giving people as much context as possiblepositionality
going beyond do no harm; the idea of human rightsprinciple of care
collaborating with the people you studycollaborative ethnography
informing someone their role in the project as well as the projects informationinformed consent
the board you submit a proposal to who check and see how you plan to ensure ethicsIRB
systemic research aimed to end up with generalizable knowledgeIRB definition of research
shorter, faster, version with different questionsexcempt IRB proposal
established the 3 ethical principles: justice, beneficiance, and respect for personsBelmont report
a study done which followed gay men and exploited their patternshumphrey's tearoom trade
the stanford prison experimentzimbardo prison experiment
everyone has a different limitation on their privacyidea of privacy
your position is never fixed; you are never set on one and become blind to all sidesinsider/outsider in research
someone who has a certain degree of access, but others keep them on their sideoutsider-within
someone who has access but no power or rightsinsider-without
keep going back and highlighting you and your sideegocentricism
imagining your on trial; could witnesses say something that contradict your dataethnographic trial
avoiding someone who would skew your research; could this person jeopardize your argumentinconvenience sample
take a step back from your field to clearly think and not let your passion drive youpassion detachment
collaborative research done by more than one ethnographer or more than one teamcollaborative ethnography
your study should always benefit you and your studiesreciprocity