The unit is intended to enable students to gain additional insight from the experience of fieldwork by considering the intellectual purpose which it serves, the social context in which it occurs and the relationship between the work which was carried out and the research outcome which was produced. The aim is to consider the role of fieldwork, its effect on the researcher, on other participants and on the communities in which and/or with whom it is carried out.
At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:
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