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1Lecture 1: IntroductionDownload
2Lecture 2: Situating EthnographyDownload
3Lecture 3: Engaging with the OtherDownload
4Lecture 4: Equality and EmpathyDownload
5Lecture 5: Notions of RealityDownload
6Lecture 6: Objectivity and SubjectivityDownload
7Lecture 7: ConclusionDownload
8Lecture 8: IntroductionDownload
9Lecture 9: The Ethnographic ProcessDownload
10Lecture 10: Ethnography: Process or ProductDownload
11Lecture 11: Fundamental ConceptsDownload
12Lecture 12: Fundamental Concepts (cotd.)Download
13Lecture 13: ConclusionDownload
14Lecture 14: IntroductionDownload
15Lecture 15: The Research QuestionDownload
16Lecture 16: Is Ethnography the Method?Download
17Lecture 17: Accessing Existing KnowledgeDownload
18Lecture 18: Designing FieldworkDownload
19Lecture 19: Case Studies: Research Question & Applying EthnographyDownload
20Lecture 20: Case Studies: The Value of Existing KnowledgeDownload
21Lecture 21:Case Studies: Identifying Participants, Places, ActivitiesDownload
22Lecture 22: Case Studies: Access & ImpactDownload
23Lecture 23: ConclusionDownload
24Lecture 24: Access: Not Just ConsentDownload
25Lecture 25: Challenges of AccessDownload
26Lecture 26: Building RapportDownload
27Lecture 27: Gaining TrustDownload
28Lecture 28: Limits to AccessDownload
29Lecture 29: ImmersionDownload
30Lecture 30: The Ethics of EngagingDownload
31Lecture 31: Conclusion: Covert and Overt ResearchDownload
32Lecture 32: IntroductionDownload
33Lecture 33: Types of ObservationDownload
34Lecture 34: (ALM) LxT 1: Observing ImponderabiliaDownload
35Lecture 35: What to ObserveDownload
36Lecture 36: Participant ObservationDownload
37Lecture 37: Degrees of ParticipationDownload
38Lecture 38: Ethnographic RecordsDownload
39Lecture 39: Conclusion: Types of Ethnographic RecordsDownload
40Lecture 40: IntroductionDownload
41Lecture 41: Forms of InterviewsDownload
42Lecture 42: (ALM) LxT 1: Oral History and EthnographyDownload
43Lecture 43: Characteristics of InterviewsDownload
44Lecture 44: Listening and SpeakingDownload
45Lecture 45: Reflexivity in InterviewingDownload
46Lecture 46: Designing the InterviewDownload
47Lecture 47: Designing the Core Discussion IDownload
48Lecture 48: Designing the Core Discussion IIDownload
49Lecture 49: Doing the Interview IDownload
50Lecture 50: Doing the Interview IIDownload
51Lecture 51: ConclusionDownload
52Lecture 52: IntroductionDownload
53Lecture 53: Researching THE Visual IDownload
54Lecture 54: Researching THE Visual IIDownload
55Lecture 55: Researching WITH the VisualDownload
56Lecture 56: Choosing the Visual MediumDownload
57Lecture 57: Representation through VisualsDownload
58Lecture 58: (ALM) LxT 1: Part I: Presentation by Anjali Monteiro and KP JayasankarDownload
59Lecture 59: Reflexivity in Visual Ethnography IDownload
60Lecture 60: Reflexivity in Visual Ethnography IIDownload
61Lecture 61: ConclusionDownload
62Lecture 62: IntroductionDownload
63Lecture 63: Designing Information for HIV-AIDS Affected Persons Prof. Anirudha JoshiDownload
64Lecture 64: A New Approach to Urban Housing Prof. Uday AthavankarDownload
65Lecture 65: Cognitive Ethnography Prof. Sahana MurthyDownload
66Lecture 66: Participative Design for Language Learning Prof. Alka HingoraniDownload
67Lecture 67: ConclusionDownload

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1Lecture 1: IntroductionDownload
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2Lecture 2: Situating EthnographyDownload
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3Lecture 3: Engaging with the OtherDownload
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4Lecture 4: Equality and EmpathyDownload
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5Lecture 5: Notions of RealityDownload
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6Lecture 6: Objectivity and SubjectivityDownload
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7Lecture 7: ConclusionDownload
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8Lecture 8: IntroductionDownload
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9Lecture 9: The Ethnographic ProcessDownload
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10Lecture 10: Ethnography: Process or ProductDownload
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11Lecture 11: Fundamental ConceptsDownload
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12Lecture 12: Fundamental Concepts (cotd.)Download
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13Lecture 13: ConclusionDownload
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14Lecture 14: IntroductionDownload
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15Lecture 15: The Research QuestionDownload
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16Lecture 16: Is Ethnography the Method?Download
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17Lecture 17: Accessing Existing KnowledgeDownload
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18Lecture 18: Designing FieldworkDownload
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19Lecture 19: Case Studies: Research Question & Applying EthnographyDownload
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20Lecture 20: Case Studies: The Value of Existing KnowledgeDownload
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21Lecture 21:Case Studies: Identifying Participants, Places, ActivitiesDownload
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22Lecture 22: Case Studies: Access & ImpactDownload
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23Lecture 23: ConclusionDownload
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24Lecture 24: Access: Not Just ConsentDownload
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25Lecture 25: Challenges of AccessDownload
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26Lecture 26: Building RapportDownload
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27Lecture 27: Gaining TrustDownload
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28Lecture 28: Limits to AccessDownload
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29Lecture 29: ImmersionDownload
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30Lecture 30: The Ethics of EngagingDownload
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31Lecture 31: Conclusion: Covert and Overt ResearchDownload
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32Lecture 32: IntroductionDownload
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33Lecture 33: Types of ObservationDownload
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34Lecture 34: (ALM) LxT 1: Observing ImponderabiliaDownload
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35Lecture 35: What to ObserveDownload
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36Lecture 36: Participant ObservationDownload
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37Lecture 37: Degrees of ParticipationDownload
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38Lecture 38: Ethnographic RecordsDownload
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39Lecture 39: Conclusion: Types of Ethnographic RecordsDownload
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40Lecture 40: IntroductionDownload
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41Lecture 41: Forms of InterviewsDownload
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42Lecture 42: (ALM) LxT 1: Oral History and EthnographyDownload
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43Lecture 43: Characteristics of InterviewsDownload
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44Lecture 44: Listening and SpeakingDownload
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45Lecture 45: Reflexivity in InterviewingDownload
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46Lecture 46: Designing the InterviewDownload
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47Lecture 47: Designing the Core Discussion IDownload
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48Lecture 48: Designing the Core Discussion IIDownload
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49Lecture 49: Doing the Interview IDownload
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50Lecture 50: Doing the Interview IIDownload
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51Lecture 51: ConclusionDownload
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52Lecture 52: IntroductionDownload
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53Lecture 53: Researching THE Visual IDownload
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54Lecture 54: Researching THE Visual IIDownload
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55Lecture 55: Researching WITH the VisualDownload
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56Lecture 56: Choosing the Visual MediumDownload
Verified
57Lecture 57: Representation through VisualsDownload
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58Lecture 58: (ALM) LxT 1: Part I: Presentation by Anjali Monteiro and KP JayasankarDownload
Verified
59Lecture 59: Reflexivity in Visual Ethnography IDownload
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60Lecture 60: Reflexivity in Visual Ethnography IIDownload
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61Lecture 61: ConclusionDownload
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62Lecture 62: IntroductionDownload
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63Lecture 63: Designing Information for HIV-AIDS Affected Persons Prof. Anirudha JoshiDownload
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64Lecture 64: A New Approach to Urban Housing Prof. Uday AthavankarDownload
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65Lecture 65: Cognitive Ethnography Prof. Sahana MurthyDownload
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66Lecture 66: Participative Design for Language Learning Prof. Alka HingoraniDownload
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67Lecture 67: ConclusionDownload
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