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Speaking the language of power : Communication, collaboration and advocacy (translating ethnology into action) - David M. Fetterman

Speaking the language of power

Communication, collaboration and advocacy (translating ethnology into action)

By: David M. Fetterman (Editor)

Paperback Published: 15th October 1993
ISBN: 9780750702034
Number Of Pages: 196

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In addressing a variety of significant social issues, the authors of this book show ways of communicating effectively and successfully with powerful policy making bodies in their overall efforts to improve the world in which we live. Ethnographic insights and research findings by qualitative researchers throughout the world cover such diverse topics as environmental health and safety, the dropout problem, educational reform, AIDS education, homelessness and the education of gifted children. This book then details how these socially vital findings are presented qualitatively and quantitatively through discourse which has immediate impact on sponsors and policy decision makers. The effect of this book is to show how effective communication, collaboration and advocacy with decision makers can noticeably affect today's society. It should be of interest to all practising researchers, anthropologists, educators decision makers, educationalists and sociologists.

Series Editor's Preface
Words as the Commodity of Discourse: Influencing Powerp. 1
On Keeping an Edge: Translating Ethnographic Findings and Putting Them to Use - NYC's Homeless Policyp. 19
Testifying on the Hill: Using Ethnographic Data to Shape Public Policyp. 38
Ethnographic Research on AIDS Risk Behavior and the Making of Policyp. 50
Protocol and Policy-making Systems in American Indian Tribesp. 70
Communicating Evaluation Findings as a Process: The Case for Delayed Gratificationp. 76
Massaging Soft Data, or Making the Skeptical More Supplep. 93
Gaining Acceptance from Participants, Clients, and Policy-makers for Qualitative Researchp. 105
An Evaluation Fable: The Animals of United Farmsp. 116
A School Board's Response to an Ethnographic Evaluation: Or, Whose Evaluation is this Anyway?p. 123
A Framework for Conducting Utilization-focused Policy Research in Anthropologyp. 137
Ethnography and Policy: Translating Knowledge into Actionp. 156
Notes on Editorp. 176
Notes on Contributorsp. 179
Author Indexp. 186
Subject Indexp. 191
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ISBN: 9780750702034
ISBN-10: 0750702036
Series: Social Research and Educational Stu
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 196
Published: 15th October 1993
Publisher: FALMER PR
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.88  x 1.27
Weight (kg): 0.27
Edition Number: 1

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