Open Anthropology, the digital journal of the American Anthropological Association, is offering a theme-issue on “Approaching Youth in Anthropology” for its June 2015 issue. It includes articles previously published in a variety of AAA journals.
“Approaching Youth in Anthropology” is open access for six months (it launches today, June 9). Continue reading Open Anthropology – current issue on youth
Are you interested in exploring children’s language socialization? Have you considered using “photovoice” to give children a voice in your research? Check out Anne Pfister’s column “Childhood and Deafness” in the latest edition of the ACYIG Newsletter (pp. 4-6): http://www.aaanet.org/
This is a brief (only 2 journal pages) but informative piece that would be useful in research methods courses to give students a broad overview of critical thinking in research design or as a reference for researchers who wish to justify making methodological decisions that challenge problematic norms in research design, including quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods research.
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