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Inquiry & Research: The 5 Inquiry Pathways: Ethnography
Case study used a mix of ethnographic observation and narrative inquiry examines the experience residents of an indigenous village in Panama had with 20 years of tourism. Data collection included one-on-one semi-structured interviews, a community gathering with follow-up interviews, researcher field notes and journaling, and researcher observation of the village during tourist and non-tourist periods.
Ethnography with multiple cases explored how horizontal networks form in the process of planning and organizing cultural districts and the benefits of these networks to the cultural districts -- data was collected through interviews with stakeholders in each of three cultural districts..
Autoethnography and arts-based research using reflective writing focused on the researcher's four years of leading a team of music therapists in Bosnia and Herzegovina, a country savaged by brutal inter-ethnic wars.
Ethnographic study framed the first step on a journey toward understanding the current and future place that Native values have in an Alaska Corporation -- uses the Ethnographic Futures Research Method developed by Dr. Robert Textor, with interviews and collective discussions.
Portraiture study based on indigenous methodologies and phenomenology and ethnography explored how to create the best learning environments of indigenous students through good leadership at all levels -- data were collected from observations as well as interviews and focus groups with students and tribal and school representatives.
Ethnographic futures research with data collected through a 90 minute group interview (focus group) with thematic analysis of narrative data on American Indian participant stories and views the past, present, and future of indigenous alternative medicine.
Ethnographic and action research study investigates meaning making within the New Orleans community, using multiple methods such as case study, interviews, field notes, photography, recipes, and multiple media.
Ethnographic study explored through student stories the lived experience of students in the Tiferet program for two sophomore year cohorts from a U.S. high school that participated in a semester study abroad program at a high school in Israel.
Arts-informed ethnographic study of the pedagogy and culture engendered when the expressive arts are employed in social justice teacher education, includes art work and narrative analysis of interviews with participants.