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California at Risk

This group hosts a collection of PECE essays built by graduate students in  the class Ethnographic Methods taught at the University of California Irvine, fall 2018.  This assignment is to produce a PECE essay that presents a preliminary project design and set of research materials  ready for comment and possible use by other researchers.  In doing this, students 1) practice digital data management 2) practice preparing for peer feedback in the midst of research (rather than only at the end of a project, as usually happens) 3) practice configuring research data for reuse by other researchers 4) practice preparing research data for sharing within publications (linking to source data, with framing that contextualizes) 5) practice working with open source software and a noncommercial repository for managing your research data.