The Sojourner in the American Indian Community: Methodological Issues and ConcernsJournal of Social Issues (1977)
Major concerns about conducting research in American Indian communities are reviewed and discussed. Examples of three research projects conducted with Indian communities are summarized, and procedures found to be sensitive to the cultural milieu of the community are examined. Emphasis is placed on involving community residents in the total research effort where sojourner-scientist and resident are mutual beneficiaries.
- American Indian communities,
Publication DateOctober, 1977
Citation InformationJoseph E. Trimble, PhD. "The Sojourner in the American Indian Community: Methodological Issues and Concerns" Journal of Social Issues Vol. 33 Iss. 4 (1977) p. 159 - 174
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/joseph_trimble/39/