The indispensable tool for scholars, students and professionals who do fieldwork, Field Methods offers:
Since 1989, Cultural Anthropology Methods (CAM) has been providing social researchers with useful tips on conducting a variety of field tasks. Now CAM has been transformed into Field Methods, a fully refereed journal containing methodologically-focused research articles, handy tips for working in the field, and other important works for scholars, professionals and students who engage in fieldwork in the human sciences and the related professional fields.
Field Methods remains under the editorship of H. Russell Bernard. Articles examine data collection techniques and modes of analysis, the link between method and theory, and the impact of new technology on traditional field activities. Embracing both qualitative and quantitative methods in scientific and interpretive paradigms, the journal operates under the motto "methods belong to all of us." is not only for researchers in the social sciences and the humanities, but is also for professionals in the delivery of social services, in government, and in the private sector who use field research to acquire knowledge.
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|Frequency:||Quarterly||eISSN: 1552-3969||ISSN: 1525-822X|
|Months of Distribution:||February , May , August , November||Current Volume: 25||Current Issue: 2|
|Other Titles in:||Research Methods & Evaluation | Anthropology & Archaeology | Sociology|