Project #60964 - Paper

  • Choose a Mexican restaurant for approximately 1 hour (not less than ½ hour). This should be a consistent observation—the observation should not be while you are eating (especially with another person). You want to really be able to observe. 
  • Be observant rather unobtrusively. You don’t want people walking up to your table and asking why you’re staring at them or anything. Until you have better training and practice observing, you probably want a site where you can take scratch notes (not just head notes).
  • You may “participate” in the scene—even ask “ethnographic questions.” It is best to be open and not covert.
  • Initial observation will probably take broad focus (see L&T for types of things to consider in early observation). By end of observation, you might begin to come up with some focus.
  • Your field notes should be in paragraphs, single spaced with blank lines b/t paragraphs. 6 pgs. 
  • Try to include more than just the visual sense.
  • Be sure to separate observations from interpretations as you write! 
  • Include a final “memo” that summarizes the event, tells what you learned (both about observing and about the field/scene/site in question) and suggests potential directions for research.

 

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Due By (Pacific Time) 03/12/2015 12:00 am
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