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"Field Diary" is a 1982 documentary film directed by Amos Gitai.
- countries: France, Israel
- language: Hebrew Language
- producer: Amos Gitai
- cinematography by Nurith Aviv
- edited by Sheherazade Saadi
- genre: Documentary film
- released in (33 years ago)
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by Greg Richards, Wil Munsters
○ The field diary is a necessary tool, ...
Canada's Victorian Oil Town (2014)
The Transformation of Petrolia from Resource Town Into a Victorian Community by Christina Burr
Malcolm's field diary is a topographical narrative structured chronologically ...
A Guide for Practitioners by Jill Porter, Penny Lacey
The field diary is an important source of data enabling the researcher to record events as they occur which they annotate with developing interpretations. Robson (2002) describes ethnography as 'typically exploratory' with a goal of ' thick ...
by Oliver Leaman
Yoman Sadeh / Field Diary 1982, 85 mins, colour, Hebrew Director / Screenwriter : Amos Gitai Producer: Richard Copans Cinematographer: Nurit Aviv Editor: Scheherazade Saadi The banality of the occupation in the West Bank is the subtext ...
Encyclopedia of the Arctic (2012)
by Mark Nuttall
field diary. Figure 5: Copy of an original drawing on paper (circa 1980) from the author's (Zhukova) ...
by John Charles Hawley
This self-reflexive dimension, together with the heterogeneity evidenced in the multiple literary formats included (journal, autobiography, confession, anthropological field diary), leads to the questioning of the novel as a form of literary ...
by Ian Aitken
and Yoman Sadeh/Field Diary (1982).
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