Doing Cross-Cultural Research

Ethical and Methodological Perspectives

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-8566-6 (Print) 978-1-4020-8567-3 (Online)

Table of contents (18 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxxi

  2. Introduction and Conceptual Framework

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      Pages 3-20

      Doing Research in a Cross-Cultural Context: Methodological and Ethical Challenges

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      Pages 21-33

      Language and Communication in Cross-Cultural Qualitative Research

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      Pages 35-48

      The Researcher as Insider Versus the Researcher as Outsider: Enhancing Rigour Through Language and Cultural Sensitivity

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      Pages 49-60

      Respecting Culture: Research with Rural Aboriginal Community

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      Pages 61-71

      Kaupapa Mäori Research, Supervision and Uncertainty: “What’s a Päkehä Fella to Do?”

  3. Ethical and Methodological Perspectives

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      Pages 75-86

      Researching Anger in Indigenous Men in Prison: A Perspective from Non-Indigenous Researchers

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      Pages 87-101

      Researching Refugees: Methodological and Ethical Considerations

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      Pages 103-118

      The Ethics and Politics of Researching HIV/AIDS Within the School Context in South Africa

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      Pages 119-133

      Exploring Ethical Issues When Using Visual Tools in Educational Research

  4. Methodological Considerations

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      Pages 137-159

      Decolonised Methodologies in Cross-Cultural Research

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      Pages 161-173

      “Living on the Ground”: Research Which Sustains Living Culture

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      Pages 175-191

      Researching with Aboriginal Men: A Desert Experience

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      Pages 193-211

      Creating Collaborative Visions with Aboriginal Women: A Photovoice Project

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      Pages 213-231

      Participatory Photography in Cross-Cultural Research: A Case Study of Investigating Farmer Groups in Rural Mozambique

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      Pages 233-252

      On the Use of Focus Groups in Cross-Cultural Research

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      Pages 253-264

      Let’s Tell You a Story: Use of Vignettes in Focus Group Discussions on HIV/AIDS Among Migrant and Mobile Men in Goa, India

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      Pages 265-286

      Face-to-Face versus Online Focus Groups in Two Different Countries: Do Qualitative Data Collection Strategies Work the Same Way in Different Cultural Contexts?

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      Pages 287-303

      Refining the Occupation of Research Across Cultures

  5. Back Matter

    Pages 305-310