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Ethnographic overview and assessment New River Gorge National Park and Gauley River National Recreation Area by Mary Hufford

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Published by Northeast Region Ethnography Program, Natonal Park Service in Boston, MA .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • New River Gorge National River (W. Va.) -- History,
  • New River Gorge National River (W. Va.) -- Social conditions,
  • New River Gorge National River (W. Va.) -- Economic conditions,
  • Gauley River National Recreation Area (W. Va.) -- History,
  • Gauley River National Recreation Area (W. Va.) -- Social conditions,
  • Gauley River National Recreation Area (W. Va.) -- Economic conditions

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementMary Hufford, with Thomas Carroll ... [et al.] ; prepared under cooperative agreement with the Center for Folklore and Ethnography, University of Pennsylvania.
ContributionsCarroll, Thomas., University of Pennsylvania. Center for Folklore and Ethnography., Ethnography Program (United States. National Park Service. Northeast Region)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF247.N5 H84 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 346 p. :
Number of Pages346
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24047170M
LC Control Number2009438709

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The ethnography program conducts several kinds of research to comply with National Park Service policies and federal mandates. The goal is to inform park planning, management, and interpretation. The ethnographic overview and assessment is essential for all parks; the traditional use study is the basis for many other studies. Ethnography, then, named the process of learning what for the anthropologist was a new and different way of talking, thinking, and acting. When the work was done, a monograph was usually written—a report of this exploration into the community's way of life. One could point to that book and say it was an ‘ethnography’ as well. Buy Asticou's Island Domain: Wabanaki Peoples at Mount Desert Island - Acadia National Park Ethnographic Overview and Assessment - Volume 1 on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders4/5(2). The overview reviews and summarizes existing ethnographic data for people and resources; the assessment evaluates them and identifies data gaps. Information is derived primarily from existing archival and published materials and is supplemented with ethnographic interviewing of knowledgeable community consultants. Chapters. Study Background.

  Asticou's Island Domain: Wabanaki Peoples at Mount Desert Island - Acadia National Park Ethnographic Overview and Assessment - Volume 2 Paperback – J by National Park Service (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from 5/5(1). Chapter 1: Overview of rapid ethnographic assessment. Chapter 2: Key considerations in planning for a rapid ethnographic assessment. Chapter 3: Rapid ethnographic assessment design and methods. Chapter 4: Fieldwork. Chapter 5: Data analysis. Chapter 6: Report writing and follow up. Chapter 7: Case studies. Appendix 1: Glossary of terms. Asticou's Island Domain: Wabanaki Peoples at Mount Desert Island Acadia National Park Ethnographic Overview and Assessment, Vol. 1 (H.E. Prins and B. McBride, ) Asticou's Island Domain: Wabanaki Peoples at Mount Desert Island Acadia National Park Ethnographic Overview and Assessment, Vol. 2 (H.E. Prins and B. McBride. rapid ethnographic assessment, the latter the focus here. Robert Chambers became the first anthropologist of the modern era to write substantively on, and provide critiques of, what variously has been called “quick and dirty” – or, preferably, “quick and clean” – research (). REA methods became of particularFile Size: 1MB.

The ethnographic data of the study is based on the diaries that document the meetings with the informants during the field-work period. Diary-keeping and the analysis of the diaries is a method used widely in ethnographic studies to collect and arrange data based on the researcher’s observations (Flick , pp. ). In addition to the. then have neither ethnography nor theory, nor even a compound of both. What we would have is an undivided, interstitial field of anthropology. If ethnographic theory is the hyperbola, anthropology is the ellipse. For ethnography, when it turns, is no longer ethnography but the educational correspondences of real life. Get this from a library! Ethnographic overview and assessment of Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming. [Jeffery R Hanson; Sally Chirinos; United States. National Park Service. Intermountain Region.]. Get this from a library! Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park ethnographic overview and assessment. [Thomas F Thornton; United States. National Park Service. Alaska Regional Office.].