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COMM300+Lecture+Slides+-+Lecture+16+-+Nov+3 - experiences?...

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COMMUNICATION RESEARCH DR. JEFFREY BOASE GETTING YOUR HANDS DIRTY WITH PARTICIPANT OBSERVATION
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MENU DU JOUR • Qualitative Research - The Basics • Participant Observation and Qualitative Research • Defning Participant Observation • Participant Observation 101 • How is Participant Observation a Social Science? • Steps For Doing Participant Observation • Participant Observer Roles
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QUALITATIVE RESEARCH - THE BASICS pp. 297-299
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PARTICIPANT OBSERVATION AND QUALITATIVE RESEARCH p. 301
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DEFINING PARTICIPANT OBSERVATION p. 301
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PARTICIPANT OBSERVATION 101 pp. 301-323
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EXAMPLE- OBSERVATIONS IN SOUTH KOREA
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DEEP HANGING OUT
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THE SCIENCE OF HANGING OUT
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HOW IS PARTICIPANT OBSERVATION SOCIAL SCIENCE? Credibility Dependability Refexivity
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FIRST STEP pp. 304-312
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GATEKEEPERS, SPONSORS AND INFORMANTS pp. 311-312
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CONSENT p. 310
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COLLECTING THE DATA pp.312-318
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PARTICIPANT OBSERVER ROLES pp.306-310
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PARTICIPANT OBSERVER ROLES Are participants aware of the research study? Does the researcher participate in member activities and
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Unformatted text preview: experiences? No No Complete Observer Observer-as-Participant Participant-as-Observer Complete Participant Yes Yes pp.306-310 GOING NATIVE FIELD NOTES AND REFLEXIVE JOURNALS p. 305 SELF-REFLECTION ITERATIVE PROCESS observe interpret member checks re-interpret observe again. .. PARTICIPANT OBSERVATION CLICKER QUESTION What are some strategies for demonstrating prolonged engagement in the Feld? A. an account of the number of people interviewed B. a description of the length of time spent in the Feld--number of hours or months C. the number of pages of the transcribed Feld notes D. all of the above are strategies for demonstrated prolonged engagement. FAST TIMES AT RIDGEMONT HIGH: A TRUE STORY (1981) CLICKER QUESTION What type of ethnographer was Cameron Crowe when he researched his book Fast Times at Ridgemont High: A True Story ? A. Complete observer B. Complete participant C. Observer-as-participant D. Participant-as-observer...
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