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Introduction: A Sense of Things to Come.
1. Meeting Qualitative Inquiry.
2. Prestudy Tasks: Doing What Is Good for You.
4. Making Words Fly: Developing Understanding Through Interviewing.
5. Personal Dimensions: Field Relations and Reflexivity.
6. But Is It Ethical? Considering What's "Right".
7. Finding Your Story: Data Analysis.
8. Crafting Your Story: Writing Up Qualitative Data.
9. Improvising a Song of the World: Language and Representation.
10. The Continuing Search.
Glossary of Key Terms.
Appendix: Guide for Developing a Qualitative Research Proposal.
A qualitative research methodologist and educational anthropologist, Corrine Glesne has done ethnographic research in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Costa Rica, and Mexico. She is currently researching campus art museums for the Samuel H. Kress Foundation. For seventeen years she was a professor at the University of Vermont (UVM). While at UVM, Corrine began taking groups of students to Oaxaca, Mexico for intensive two-week courses. Corinne's trips grew into a semester program, and she began teaching courses for it as well as directing the program in 2008. Corrine also worked with IHP, an international educational program affiliated with World Learning. As a traveling anthropology professor, she taught and accompanied undergraduate students to India, the Philippines, Mexico, New Zealand, and England. She also coordinated the Washington DC portion of an IHP program for several years. Corrine did her doctoral work at the University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign. Her home is now in Asheville, North Carolina.