- Title Pages
1The Fieldwork Tradition
3Politics and Fieldwork
4Applying Anthropology in an Alaskan National Park
5Studying Subsistence in Sitka
6On the Move
8Falling into Fieldwork in Japan
9Photography and Film in Ireland and Alaska
10Taking Students to the Field
11When the Field Is a City
12In the Shadow of Kilimanjaro
13Fieldwork from Campus
14The Changing Nature of Fieldwork
- About the Authors
Studying the Culture of Baseball
- (p.105) 7 Native Anthropology
- In the Field
Sharon Bohn Gmelch
- University of California Press
George returns to professional baseball after a 30-year absence to study the sport. The culture of baseball has changed much during his absence. The role of serendipity in research, along with the benefits and drawbacks of studying your own group, that is, being a “native anthropologist” are explored.
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