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Unformatted text preview: Learning Objectives for Test #2 Chapter 14: Designing Qualitative Research Understand the key characteristics of qualitative research Identify how the credibility of qualitative research is evaluated Distinguish between the participant, participant-observer, observer-participant, and observer roles in ethnography, and identify the advantages and disadvantages of each Identify the most common types of sampling in qualitative research Identify the types of qualitative research data Understand other issues of sampling, access, and data collection, and relate them to an example such as Conquergoods study of Chicago gangs Field notes are data because they are objective. Collect and interpret. Chapter 15: Qualitative Methods of Data Collection Explain theoretical sensitivity and bracketing Identify the main advantage of ethnography over other research methods Identify autoethnography and ethnography of communication Identify the goals/advantages of interview research...
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