Using Ethnographic Data: Interventions, Public Programming, and Public Policy

Using Ethnographic Data Interventions Public Programming and Public Policy Increasingly ethnographic research has been used to analyze policy evaluate social and cultural programs and design interventions In this brief volume the various uses to which qualitative data ca

  • Title: Using Ethnographic Data: Interventions, Public Programming, and Public Policy
  • Author: Jean J. Schensul Margaret Diane LeCompte G. Alfred Hess Jr. Bonnie K. Nastasi Marlene J. Berg Lynne Williamson Jeremy Brecher Ruth Glasser
  • ISBN: 9780761989721
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Paperback
  • Increasingly, ethnographic research has been used to analyze policy, evaluate social and cultural programs, and design interventions In this brief volume, the various uses to which qualitative data can be put are explained in simple, practical language The authors describe ways to make research policy relevant, how to deal with policymakers and the media, how to use ethnIncreasingly, ethnographic research has been used to analyze policy, evaluate social and cultural programs, and design interventions In this brief volume, the various uses to which qualitative data can be put are explained in simple, practical language The authors describe ways to make research policy relevant, how to deal with policymakers and the media, how to use ethnography to design, operate and evaluate programs, and how qualitative information can assist community organizations to create and manage change Checklists, extended case studies, definitions, and cross references aid the reader in understanding this important set of research tools.Contents Chapter 1 Introduction, Jean J Schensul, Margaret D LeCompte G Alfred Hess Jr Reporting, Disseminating, and Utilizing Ethnographic Data Chapter 2 Bonnie K Nastasi and Marlene J Berg, Strengthening and Evaluating Intervention Programs Chapter 3 Lynne Williamson, Jeremy Brecher, Ruth Glasser, and Jean J Schensul, Using Ethnography to Enhance Public Programming Chapter 4 About the Authors, Artists, and Editors Chapter 5 Index

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      Jean J. Schensul Margaret Diane LeCompte G. Alfred Hess Jr. Bonnie K. Nastasi Marlene J. Berg Lynne Williamson Jeremy Brecher Ruth Glasser

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    1. Jean J. Schensul Margaret Diane LeCompte G. Alfred Hess Jr. Bonnie K. Nastasi Marlene J. Berg Lynne Williamson Jeremy Brecher Ruth Glasser says:

      Jean J Schensul is a medical anthropologist and senior scientist at The Institute for Community Research, in Hartford, Connecticut Dr Schensul is most notable for her research on HIV AIDS prevention and other health related research in the United States, as well as her extensive writing on ethnographic research methods She has made notable contributions to the field of applied anthropology, with her work on structural interventions to health disparities leading to the development of new organizations, community research partnerships, and community university associations Schensul s work has been dedicated to community based research on topics such as senior health, education, and substance abuse, among others.

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