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ASST 255.07 Buddhist Studies in India Program: Introduction to Field Methods and Ethics 4 credits

Open: Size: 25, Registered: 16, Waitlist: 0

Synonym: 67179

Arthur McKeown

This course introduces students to the skills and ethics needed to conduct fieldwork for their independent study project in South Asia. In consultation with their adviser, students generate an independent study proposal (ISP) concerned with some aspect of Buddhist Studies (philosophy, ritual, meditation, the arts, culture, etc.) utilizing the unique resources available in India and neighboring countries. The ISP proposal outlines the topic, research methods, and resources located/developed by the student. Topics covered in the course include: introduction to research ethics; conducting a literature review; design and implementation of data collection protocols, interviewing, and survey questionnaires; summary, analysis and presentation data.

Prerequisite: Participation in Buddhist Studies in India Program

Participation in GEP India Program, Instructor Permission Required

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