Field Methods


Field Methods

Publisher: SAGE Publications

Formerly Cultural Anthropology Methods

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, reviews of books and software, think pieces addressing key
theoretical issues, and other important works for scholars, professionals
and students who engage in fieldwork in the human sciences and the related
professional fields.

Field Methods is devoted to articles about the methods used by field workers
in the social and behavioral sciences and humanities for the collection,
management, and analysis data about human thought and/or human behavior in
the natural world.

Articles should focus on innovations and issues in the methods used, rather
than on the reporting of research or theoretical/epistemological questions
about research. High-quality articles using qualitative and quantitative
methods-- from scientific or interpretative traditions-- dealing with data
collection and analysis in applied and scholarly research from writers in
the social sciences, humanities, and related professions are all welcome in
the pages of the journal.

ISSN: 1525-822X


Dr. H. Russell Bernard
Field Methods
University of Florida
Department of Anthropology
Gainesville, FL 32611


Content available by subscription.

Abstracts available online. Articles available in PDF format.

Current Issue: November 1 2005, Volume 17, No. 4

Date: 5 December 2005

Original posting date: 
Monday, December 5, 2005
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