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240504 SE Fieldpractice iSimangaliso Wetland Park: Expert Interviews and Narrative Interviews (P1) (2016S)

Continuous assessment of course work

Anwesenheitspflicht in der ersten Einheit!

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Details

max. 20 participants
Language: English

Lecturers

Classes

MI 16.03.2016 13:15-18:15 Ort: Sitzungszimmer, NIG 4. Stock
FR 29.04.2016 13:15-19:30 Ort: Seminarraum A, NIG 4. Stock

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Information

Aims, contents and method of the course

Methodological Seminar provides training and practical expertise in conducting narrative and expert interviews. It also discusses the theoretical background to the fieldpractice iSimangaliso Wetland Park. iSimangaliso became South Africa’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site in December 1999. It seeks to protect a tremendously rich biodiversity and at the same time assist the local communities with various programmes to give them access to potential revenues of the natural resources, including eco-tourism. It is therefore an exciting example of integrated rural development and nature conservation under the overall paradigm of social transformation.
iSimangaliso Wetland Park is the new official name for the South African Nature Reserve that encompasses 280 kilometres of coastal wetlands, forests and sand dunes. The Field Practice aims to analyze its achievements and governance strategies in the course of almost two decades. It is planned for late May, first part of June with an overall duration of 2 weeks. The key focus of the Field Practice is ethnographic research and the actual implementation of qualitative empirical methods on the problems and intricacies of joining advanced nature conservation and Community-based natural resources management (CBNRM).
Creating awareness on the overall topics of CBNRM, integrative approaches of nature conservation and economic development and testing ethnographic methods under field research conditions. The (planned) field practice will be only open for participants of the preparatory Seminar in the Winter Semester 2015/16 who have adequately proven their interest and qualification for actual research (in content, theory and methodology).

Assessment and permitted materials

Conducting and transcribing at least 5 extensive interviews (90 %)
Preparatory training of interviews participation (10 %)

Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

Conducting and transcribing at least 5 extensive interviews (90 %)
Preparatory training of interviews participation (10 %)

Examination topics

Reading list

Reinhard Sieder Narrative Interviews in Werner Zips Ethnohistorie 2014.

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