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Create alert Email:. Load new image. Preprint Article Version 1 This version is not peer-reviewed. Cite as: Gupta, A. The focus of this ethnographic expedition is to study the folklore and traditions amongst the existing tribal populations of Barumal village in southern Gujarat, India. The fieldwork revolves around cultural and socio-economic aspects of their livelihood and this paper encompasses the knowledge from one such lens out of many.
It tries to identify the importance of mythology and its roots. The data collected from three different population groups are Varlis , Kukanas , Dhodiya Patels that are set within the caste system based hierarchy inhabiting in the same region. The interview method was employed throughout with open-ended questions.
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The varied customs and traditions appearing in their lifestyle, occupation, and festivals are always associated with one god or another. The key informants felt the need to distinguish the history of their own tribe from the others by taking the help of myths passed down from their ancestors. Most of the key informants were mature adults including both males and females. Download PDF. Your full name.
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The interviews were one element of a qualitative study, which was part of a multi-method prospective outcomes of injury study. Four participants were purposively chosen for follow up because they had an injury following a pre-existing disability. The results of this study indicate walking as a method of interviewing has the capacity to add depth and richness to the kind of information obtained. The process of walking lends itself a range of affordances, including shifting the power balance implicit in the research relationship; situated cognition describing being in place and time; performativity; and the way that the disabled body is rendered visible through this embodied process.
In conclusion, the potential for engaging in activity as a method has not been explored outside of ethnography. It is suggested that this form of interviewing has particular resonance in understanding the world view of people with disability. It is a particularly appropriate method to apply in occupational therapy, which has activity as a prime focus of therapeutic engagement.
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