PSJ 300 Ethnographic Methods

Prerequisites: One 100- or 200-level PSJ course and junior standing

An introduction to the theory and practice of ethnographic research. Students will explore ethnographic research techniques, research design, and data management and analysis, as well as the ethical issues raised by such research. Course content and student projects will focus on activist, community-based, and participatory research. Social Science Perspective.

Note: Noncredit for students who completed PSJ 386: Ethnographic Methods.


1 Course Credit