Volume 16 — 2004

Issue 1, February 2004

And Then There Were Three: Self-Presentational Styles and the Presence of the Partner as Third Person in the Interview. H. R. Boeije

Surveying Nonrespondents. Ineke A. L. Stoop

A New Addition to the Family of Space Sampling Methods. Hartmut Lang, Peter Challenor, and Peter D. Killworth

Finding Time: Studying the Concepts of Time Used in Daily Life. Kevin Birth

Simplifying Qualitative Data Analysis Using General Purpose Software Tools. Nancy La Pelle

Using a Word Processor to Tag and Retrieve Blocks of Text. Gery W. Ryan

Issue 2, May 2004

Measuring Culture as Shared Knowledge: Do Data Collection Formats Matter? Cultural Knowledge of Plant Uses Among Tsimane’ Amerindians, Bolivia. Victoria Reyes-García, Elizabeth Byron, Vincent Vadez, Ricardo Godoy, Lilian Apaza, Eddy Pérez Limache, William R. Leonard, and David Wilkie

Ultimatum Game with Ethnicity Manipulation: Problems Faced Doing Field Economic Experiments and Their Solutions, Francisco J. Gil-White

Fixed-Choice and Open-Ended Response Formats: A Comparison from HIV Prevention Research in Zimbabwe. Daniel J. Hruschka, Beverley Cummings, Daphne Cobb St. John, Janet Moore, Gertrude Khumalo-Sakutukwa, and James W. Carey

Field Notes as a Web Site: Integrating Multimedia into Anthropological Documents. Gareth Barkin and Glenn Davis Stone

Thinking inside the Box: The Art of Telephone Interviewing. Barbara J. Genovese

Reviews

Chronicling Cultures: Long-Term Field Research in Anthropology, edited by Robert V. Kemper and Anya Peterson Royce;

Sneaky Kid and Its Aftermath: Ethics and Intimacy in Field Work, by Harry F. Wolcott. Steven Piker

Longitudinal Qualitative Research: Analyzing Change through Time, by Johnny Saldaña. Janet Salaff

Issue 3, August 2004

Using Qualitative Methods for Causal Explanation. Joseph Maxwelll

Studying Culture as an Integral Aggregate Variable: Organizational Culture and Innovation in a Group of Nonprofit Organizations. Kristina Jaskyte and William W. Dressler

Tools and Methods for Data Collection in Ethnobotanical Studies of Homegardens. Christian R. Vogl, Brigitte Vogl-Lukasser, and Rajindra K. Puri

Reliability in Coding Open-Ended Data: Lessons Learned from HIV Behavioral Research. Daniel J. Hruschka, Deborah Schwartz, Daphne Cobb St. John, Erin Picone-DeCaro, Richard A. Jenkins, and James W. Carey

Missing Data in Disguise and Implications for Survey Data Analysis. Lin Wang and Xitao Fan

Technological Advances in Observational Data Collection: The Advantages and Limitations of Computer-Assisted Data Collection. Gillian H. Ice

Issue 4, November 2004

Demographic Analysis of Small Populations Using the Own-Children Method. Geoff Childes

Three Innovative Research Tools to Store, Visualize, and Analyze Data in and from the Field. Giovanni Bennardo and Kurt Schultz

Who responds to Incentives? Vicky Storms and Geert Loosveldt

A Preliminary Evaluation of a Pedometer-Assessed Physical Activity Self-Monitoring Survey. Catherine Tudor-Locke, Katherine A. Lind, Jared P. Reis, Barbara E. Ainsworth, and Caroline A. Macera

Review Essays

NVivo 2.0 and ATLAS.ti 5.0: A Comparative Review of Two Popular Qualitative Data-Analysis Programs. R. Barry Lewis

Ethics and the Profession of Anthropology: Dialogue for Ethically Conscious Practice, edited by Carolyn Fluehr-Lobban; Walking the Tightrope: Ethical Issues for Qualitative Researchers, edited by Will C. van den Hoonaard.Ethics in Qualitative Research, edited by Melanie Mauthner, Maxine Birch, Julie Jessop, and Tina Miller. Judith Preissle