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SOC 300 assign 8Shweder, Richard A. 1996.”Quanta And Qualia: What Is The ‘Object’ Of Ethnographic method?.” Pp.175-181 in Ethnography and Human Development: Context and Meaning in Social Inquiry. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.The separation of and tension between qualitative and quantitative research doesn't just have to do with methodological issues but rather with the deeper meaning of qualia and quanta. Once we understand these two and what they mean, only then we will be able to appropriately understand ethnography. Studying methodology and ontology of different reportings Shwender pulls some information from other authors to support his findings and compare and contrast. When we are trying to understand experience we must use both quanta and qualia. But quanta can be used by itself at times. Because what they say corresponds to what I say it must be true. Throughout the chapter Shwender brought up multiple cases to support what he was