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_________________________________________________________________________________________________3. Differentiate subjectivity from objectivity._________________________________________________________________________________________________4. Explain the connection between subjectivity/objectivity and your research work._________________________________________________________________________________________________Additional ActivitiesDAY 2
Directions:Ponder on things in your surroundingsthe construction of your house, yourcomputer, the composition of your family, TV programs, social networking (Facebook, Instagram,Twitter), cell phones, tablets, destructive plastic bags, religious groups, your classmates, yourschool, fast food restaurants, etc.Mulling over these things, think of one good topic you can research on qualitatively. But beforedoing an actual research, write a descriptive essay about the application of qualitative research onyour chosen topic. Write your essay in a separate bond paper.Therearemany researches taking place, which results into the evolution of something new and unique andthere are two options to conduct research: Quantitative and Qualitative research. These researchesalso have their own strengths and weaknesses.What’s InIn your previous lesson, you learn about the characteristics and types of Qualitativeresearch. In this lesson you be able to know the strengths and weaknesses of Qualitativeresearch and its importance cross fields of inquiry.But before you proceed, try to answer the exercise below to check if you can still rememberyour lesson on the types of speech context. Write your answer on a scratch paper.Tell whether the statement is TRUE or FALSE1.Qualitative research involves gathering numerical data.2.In a qualitative research, a researcher can include personal experiences.3.Qualitative research is non-manipulative, unobtrusive, and non-controlling.4.Qualitative research is also characterized by personal contact and insightCheck your answers on the next page.Did you get the correct answers?What’s NewLesson2The Value of Qualitative Research:StrengthsandWeaknessesandTypes of Qualitative ResearchAnswers: 1. false2. true3. true4. true
What course would you like to take after finishing high school? Are you interested in becominga businessman, an engineer, a nurse, a lawyer, a doctor, a teacher, or other professions? How doyou think is research done in these areas of discipline?What is ItStrengths of Qualitative Research1. Issues can be examined in detail and in depth.2. Interviews are not restricted to specific questions and can be guided/redirected by the researcherin real time.3. The research framework and direction can be quickly revised as new information emerges.4. The obtained data based on human experience is powerful and sometimes more compelling thanquantitative data.5. Subtleties and complexities about the research subjects and/or topic are discovered that are oftenmissed by more positivistic inquiries.6. Data usually are collected from a few cases or individuals so findings cannot be generalized to alarger population. Findings can however be transferable to another setting.

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