1. Research

Basically describing and comparing ethnicity, or rather multiethnicity, the diversity of peoples.

1.2. Ethics

The contribution that the disciplines (ethnography and ethnology) can make to the advancement of human knowledge can be hindered or undermined when inappropriate ethical review criteria are applied to research proposals. Ethical review should be well-informed, fair and transparent while providing a comprehensive justification for the proposed research.

Any exceptions to obtaining consent must be described in detail and justified. There may be general methodological justifications and more specific, strategic reasons having to do with the safety of researchers and/or subjects.

In direct observation researcher strives to be as unobtrusive as possible so as not to bias the observations. First, a direct observer doesn’t typically try to become a participant in the context. Second, direct observation suggests a more detached perspective.

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