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Shelling from the ivory tower

Project Camelot and the post–World War II operationalization of social science

Philip Y. Kao

with the greater counterculture movement. 3 This article begins by analyzing the research design of Project Camelot, and its equally short-lived, albeit slightly modified successor, Center for the Research of Social Systems (CRESS), in order to explore

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J. Cristobal Pizarro and Brendon M. H. Larson

Anthropocene. Methods Research Design, Participant Profile, and Recruiting Process This study used a qualitative approach to document how bird species were considered meaningful by participants as they settled in a new place. As stated above, participants may

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Anna Scolobig, Luigi Pellizzoni, and Chiara Bianchizza

). 3 The research design foresaw the combination of different techniques. Participant observation was used in different phases. We visited the research sites several times and spent time there speaking with residents, local authorities, fire brigade

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Jackie Clarke, Melanie Kay Smith, Margret Jäger, Anne O’Connor, and Robert Shepherd

some months after the treatment, she interviewed couples whom she met in the Czech Republic. This research design gives the reader the chance to understand more deeply the impact the fertility holiday had or still has on the daily routine after their

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Anna Bara, Tero Mustonen, and Oxana Zemtsova

tangentially” (p. 81) with the group of men (p. 362) he studies. There is no coauthorship here; Inuits are the targets of a research designed elsewhere. Reflections such as “Inuit are quite resourceful in their own right, and the community and its members are

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Meshworks and the Making of Climate Places in the European Alps

A Framework for Ethnographic Research on the Perceptions of Climate Change

Sophie Elixhauser, Stefan Böschen, and Katrin Vogel

references and connections that guide people’s respective attitudes and actions. This calls for a research design and methodology that helps not only to reveal these references and connections, but also shows how they interplay and become part of

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Politicizing Elsewhere(s)

Negotiating Representations of Neo-Pentecostal Aesthetic Practice in Berlin

Dominik Mattes

, articles, and so on) as the fruits of research designed to be shared with an audience of scholars …, it is … more appropriate to view books and articles as integral to the research process itself.” This applies particularly for research contexts, in which

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Katharina Seebaß

exposure, though due to different reasons. While the city center warms up intensely during summer periods due to the dense and historic housing, which results in poor thermic conditions, the west side is enclosed by industrial areas. The research design did

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The Role of Naturalness in Ecological Restoration

A Case Study from the Cook County Forest Preserves

Nicole M. Evans and William P. Stewart

and Wilderness Stewardship in an Era of Rapid Change . Washington, DC : Island Press . Creswell , John W. 2013 . Research Design: Qualitative, Quantitative, and Mixed Methods Approaches . New York : Sage Publications . Cronon , William . 1996

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Decolonizing Anthropology

Reflections from Cambridge

Heidi Mogstad and Lee-Shan Tse

contexts in which we could and should justifiably decide not to conduct research, or where, alternatively, we should allow historical and other contingencies to significantly alter our research design. It should also prepare us for continuing to actively