Provided by Professor Robin Turner, Department of Political Science, Butler University during the
panel entitled “Conducting Fieldwork Under COVID Constraints: Interpretive
Approaches and Ethnography Tuesday, July 21, 10.00am-11.30am Eastern”, The
panel was offered as part of alternative activities to the 2020 Institute for
Qualitative and Multi-method Research (IQMR).
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