Participant observation

by James P. Spradley



About Author
James P. Spradley (1933-1982) was a professor of Anthropology at Macalester College from 1969. Spradley wrote or edited 20 books on ethnography and qualitative research including Participant Observation and The Ethnographic Interview (1979, Wadsworth Thomson Learning). In The Ethnographic Interview, Spradley describes 12 steps for developing an ethnographic study using ethnosemantics. This book followed his 1972 textbook (with David W. McCurdy) The Cultural Experience: Ethnography in Complex Society. He was a major figure in the development of the “new ethnography” which saw every individual as a carrier of the culture rather than simply looking to the outputs of the great artists of the time. [1]
He died of leukemia in 1982.
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