Looking at all the methods of being a researcher

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methods of being a researcher there are many ethical practices, which they must follow along ethical guidelines. Ethnographic research is about getting more depth with the research itself and finding the answers that the researcher is looking for. Wacquant research and him becoming a boxer showed him a whole new world that involved living in the ghetto along with what boxers go through every day. Qualitative research is just the tip of the iceberg and there is more to discover, with all the social issues that the world is having now, the more research that is done, the more that we can find new ways to fix these social issues and create social changes that help show the whole world that we are all human. All research methods are significantly essential andas researchers the more that they explore the world, the more answers that we find. References
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