723236.09.nu\905986


Anthropology
Ethnography
Ethnology
Human
Research
Social
Visual


Research to study the myriad of "urban characters", basically describing and comparing ethnicity, or rather multiethnicity, the diversity of peoples.


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About society, culture and individuals
Anthropological analysis
Characteristics of individual people
Empirical research
Ethnographic methods
Everyday life
Fragmentations of social life
Gender, age, race and ethnicity
Visual medium as ethnography (visual ethnography)
Human events may reflect multiple realities
Humanity and social life
Interactions between or among people
Methodological tool in social research
Social conditions
Study of human behaviour


"Although the necessity for interpretation is obvious to ethnographers, it raises questions for those committed to more ostensibly ‘value-neutral’ and ‘objective’ social scientific approaches. From this perspective, interpretation can be an overly idiosyncratic and subjective exercise, too reliant on the proclivities and orientation of the ethnographer. Findings are thus unreliable; another ethnographer might well provide a strikingly different interpretation. In the absence more scientific ‘tests’, any broader findings of ethnography remain specious. Rengert (1997: 469), for example, makes this argument quite explicitly: Ethnographic research is the least scientific of the research approaches since, by definition, it involves a small sample size, is difficult to replicate, and contains a great deal of subjectivity and interpretation on the part of the researcher. Ethnographic research needs to be supplemented with carefully designed research projects in which the ideas developed are subjected to scientific rigor."


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