Cultures, Politics, And Research Programs: An International Assessment Of Practical Problems In Field Research by Uma NarulaCultures, Politics, And Research Programs: An International Assessment Of Practical Problems In Field Research by Uma Narula

Cultures, Politics, And Research Programs: An International Assessment Of Practical Problems In…

EditorUma Narula, W. Barnett Pearce

Paperback | September 11, 2014

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A compilation of authoritative reports from seasoned researchers working in eight different countries on five continents, this volume examines the concept that conditions of local feasibility are constitutive of research practices not simply obstructions to the realization of an ideal. The result documents the effects of political and cultural factors on research projects and offers culturally sensitive researchers a wealth of practical knowledge.
Title:Cultures, Politics, And Research Programs: An International Assessment Of Practical Problems In…Format:PaperbackDimensions:264 pages, 9.02 × 5.98 × 0.68 inPublished:September 11, 2014Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0415515513

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Contents: W.B. Pearce, U. Narula,"Practical Problems" and Research Methods.A. Brown,Practical Constraints in Social Field Research in the Caribbean.S.T. Kwame Boafo, E. Aryeetey,Practical Constraints in Social Field Research in Ghana.E.E. Sanchez-Ruiz, R. Fuentes-Navarro,Fieldwork Problems in Mexican Communication Research.Y. Ito, S. Kohei,Practical Problems in Field Research in Japan.U. Narula,Practical Constraints in Social Field Research in India.G.C. Chu,Survey Research in Developing Countries in Asia: Some Personal Experiences from 25 Years of Research.M. Jussawalla,Research Constraints in the Field for Communication Economics.J. Lewis,Quantity, Not Quality: Recent Trends in Attitudinal Research in Great Britain.C.A. Vivoni-Remus, M. Morgan, J.C. Gorlier,Problems in Conducting Survey Research on the Effects of Television in Argentina: A Case Study.R. Penman, D. Sless,Politics and Practice of Research in the Public Domain: A Case Study in Australia.W.B. Pearce, U. Narula,More Research Needs to Be Done.