Using Ethnographic Data: Interventions, Public Programming, and Public Policy

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Increasingly, ethnographic research has been used to analyze policy, evaluate social and cultural programs, and design interventions. In this brief volume, the various uses to which qualitative data can be put are explained in simple, practical language. The authors describe ways to make research policy-relevant, how to deal with policy makers and the media, how to use ethnography to design, operate and evaluate programs, and how qualitative information can assist community organizations to create and manage change. Checklists, extended case studies, definitions, and cross-references aid the reader in understanding this important set of research tools.
 

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USING ETHNOGRAPHY TO STRENGTHEN AND EVALUATE INTERVENTION PROGRAMS
1
THE PROCESS OF DEVELOPING INTERVENTION PROGRAMS
2
CASE STUDIES
12
PROGRAM DESIGNPLANNING
16
DOCUMENTING PROCESS AND PROGRAM MODIFICATION
27
PROGRAM EVALUATION
36
THE UNIQUE CONTRIBUTIONS OF ETHNOGRAPHY TO PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT
42
REFERENCES
48
CONCLUSION
110
REFERENCES
112
SUGGESTED RESOURCES
113
USING ETHNOGRAPHY TO ENHANCE PUBLIC PROGRAMMING
115
COLLABORATION IN PUBLIC ETHNOGRAPHY AND PUBLIC PROGRAMMING
118
CASE EXAMPLES
130
A CREATIVE INTERPLAY
150
TIBETAN ARTS IN NEW ENGLAND
161

Appendixes
50
USING ETHNOGRAPHY TO INFLUENCE PUBLIC POLICY
57
SETTING THE POLICY AGENDA
61
TARGETING THE PUBLIC
76
COOPERATING WITH POLICYMAKERS
88
USING THE COURTS
93
CONCLUSIONS
172
REFERENCES
177
SUGGESTED RESOURCES
178
INDEX
179
ABOUT THE AUTHORS ARTISTS AND EDITORS
185
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Bonnie Kaul Nastasi, Ph.D. (Kent State University, 1986, School Psychology & Early Childhood Education)" "is a Professor in the Department of Psychology, School of Science and Engineering, at Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Dr. Nastasi co-directs a trauma specialization in the School Psychology PhD Program at Tulane. Dr. Nastasi s research focuses on the use of mixed methods designs to develop and evaluate culturally appropriate assessment and intervention approaches for promoting mental health and reducing health risks such as sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV, both within the US and internationally. She has worked in Sri Lanka since 1995 on development of school-based programs to promote psychological well-being and directed a multi-country study of psychological well-being of children and adolescents with research partners in 12 countries from 2008-2013. She was one of the principal investigators of an interdisciplinary public health research program to prevent STIs among married men and women living in the slums of Mumbai, India from 2002-2013. Most recently she has been engaged in development of culturally and contextually relevant school-based mental health services in New Orleans as part of the redevelopment of public education following the 2005 Hurricane Katrina, working with community stakeholders and a team of Tulane University students. She is active in promotion of child rights and social justice within the profession of school psychology and has directed the development of a curriculum for training school psychologists internationally on child rights, a joint effort of International School Psychology Association, International Institute of Child Rights and Development, Division 16 of the American Psychological Association (APA), and Tulane University s School Psychology Program. Dr. Nastasi is a past-president of APA s Division 16 and past Co-Chair of APA s Committee on International Relations in Psychology.

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