Subtitle

Muslim North Africa Considered

Degree Name

Master of Arts (MA)

First Advisor

Lobban, Jr., Richard A.

Document Type

Thesis

Comments

Submitted through the African and African American Studies Program

Abstract

Presents ethnographic research methods along with characteristics (evidential and non-evidential "identities") of an anthropologist that may affect his/her access to information and the quality of data collected. Offers several examples from experiences of field researchers. Considers Muslim North Africa as a region demanding attention to its specific cultural realities. Explores ethics and the role of the ethnographer.

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Correspondence and Updated Chapter on Ethics