Chapter 19: Transnational cross-cultural research: modern challenges and solutions for field access, data collection, and analysis
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This chapter reflects on a transnational, cross-cultural research project in a market of human goods in South Korea. In so doing, this chapter examines the complexities and resolutions for three types of challenges that arise in (1) field access (the pragmatics with human subjects), (2) data collection (culturally sensitive accommodations for trust and positionality), and (3) data analysis (the complexities of researcher self-harms and subject harms) for transnational cross-cultural research in a globalising world.

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