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QUALITATIVE RESEARCH1Qualitative ResearchName: Kodi ConnerSOC 333: Research MethodsProfessor: Ashraf Esmail04/30/2018
QUALITATIVE RESEARCH 2Qualitative ResearchQualitative research reflects the multiple ways researcher’s collect data and explore information through literature review. Participant’s review is often observed for analysis while “the role of the researcher as the essential information accumulation instrument requires the distinguishing proof of individual qualities, presumptions and inclinations at the start of the examination; Qualitative researchers ask no less than one focal inquiry" (Creswell, 2014), which can be investigated in several contexts with further questions. According to the text Research Design (2014), “the researcher’s role is typically involved in a sustained and intensive experience with participants. This presents a scope of vital,moral, and individual issues into the qualitative research process” (p.187). The one of a kind issues that researchers ought to be worried about with respect to their part in researching can be an aspect of cultural anthropology which normal setting, "where human conductand events occur, providing social order, structure and stability for individuals and groups of people” (Creswell, 2014, p 189. Ethical considerations should always be a priority and of high importance. According to McMurphy (2013) “Recognizing that responsibility for ethical research is a shared goal of the two researchers and REB/IRBs, enhanced joint effort and useful collaboration can help with seeing each other’s perspective and work towards the development of mutual trust and respect.” This is particularly a test in ethnographical research because it remarkable aids in data analysis and interpretation however “it is considered obtrusive because a participant observation invades the life of the informant” (Creswell, 2014, p. 208), it is crucial to obtain written consent to protect the informant’s rights. The challenge is to combine participation and observation to
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