Shannon Golden's Field Research in Uganda

Human Rights minor Shannon Golden, a PhD candidate in Sociology, spent most of 2011 in Uganda conducting field research for her dissertation on community reconstruction after atrocity. This slideshow documents her process. First, Shannon spent time getting to know the communities in which she conducted interviews. Then, with a team of research assistants from Uganda, she interviewed people from three villages to find out what they thought about rebuilding following atrocity. Currently, Shannon is analyzing the interviews, and she will begin to write her dissertation soon.

Human Rights minor Shannon Golden, a PhD candidate in Sociology, spent most of 2011 in Uganda conducting field research for her dissertation on community reconstruction after atrocity. This slideshow documents her process. First, Shannon spent time getting to know the communities in which she conducted interviews. Then, with a team of research assistants from Uganda, she interviewed people from three villages to find out what they thought about rebuilding following atrocity. Currently, Shannon is analyzing the interviews, and she will begin to write her dissertation soon.

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