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CHAPTER 9: Qualitative Methods: Observing, Participating, Listening 1. What are the advantages and disadvantages of qualitative research? (lecture) oWhen researcher “drops out” what happens to the group? 2. What is field research? (p.223) What kind of questions does it answer? How does qualitative research "fit" in the scientific inquiry process? What are possible research topics that might be informed by qualitative research methods? (book and lecture)
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3. What four roles can the researcher take in observational research? (p.224-228) What are the implications of each type of role? How can some of the negative outcomes be avoided? (book and lecture)
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