24. What term refers to the insider's perspective?A. EthnocentrismB. Emic perspectiveC. Etic perspectiveD. Holism
25. In data analysis of the grounded theory approach, the step which focuses on the main idea, developing the story line, and finalizing the theory is called ________.26. Which of the following is not one of the 4 major approaches to qualitative research.27. In "phenomenology," a well written report will be highly descriptive of the participants’ experiences and will often elicit in the reader a feeling that they feel as though they are experiencing the phenomenon themselves. This experience is called _____.28. You want to study a Native American group in New Mexico for a six month period to learn all you can about them so you can write a book about that particular tribe. You want the book to be accurate and authentic as well as informative and inspiring. What type of research will you likely be conducting when you get to New Mexico?a. Ethnography b. Phenomenologyc. Grounded theoryd. Collective case study30. _________ is used to describe cultural scenes or the cultural characteristics of a group of people.32. When a researcher identifies so completely with the group being studied that he or she can no longer remain objective you have what is called _________.
CHALLENGING QUESTIONS1. The number of police officers and the number of crimes are positively related. This relationship is:2. A research studies the relation between early reading and later school achievement. She decides that a potentially extraneous variable in the relationship is IQ. In developing her groups for her study,she pairs each child who was an early reader with a child of the same IQ level who was not an early reader. The control technique she used was:a. Holding the extraneous variable constantb. Statistical controlc. Matchingd. Random assignment3. Partial correlation analysis involves:statistically
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