Sociology 105: Writing an Interview Guide
Esterberg discusses interview guides at length (pages 94-100). Using her insights, start developing an interview guide for your own interviews. Start by considering who you will interview, after all, you want your
Midterm Exam Review: Sociology 105-Spring 2010 Dr. Boero The exam will be made up of 20 multiple choice questions (3 points each), 5 fill-in-the-blank questions (4 points each) and 5 short answer questions (4 points each). Total: 100 points.
Sociology 105 spring 2010: Research Question Assignment Due: In class Monday, April 5th This assignment is a short statement of the research question on which you will base your work for the rest of the semester. The paper you turn in on should tell me fo
Sociology 105 Film Guide: Kitchen Stories As you watch the film be sure to focus on the relationship between the researcher(s) and the people they are studying. 1. What are the researchers assumptions/instructions on how to relate to their subjects at the
San Jos State University College of Social Sciences /Sociology Soc 105, Qualitative Research Methods, Section 3
Instructor: Office Location: Telephone: Email and Website: Office Hours: Natalie Boero DHM 211 (408) (924-5345) email@example.com www.sjsu
Sociology 105 Discussion questions: Campbell, The Glass Phallus
1. What is Campbell interested in studying?
2. Why does he choose the location he chooses?
3. What method(s) does he use?
4. What is his data?
5. What are some of the challenges he faced doin
Sociology 105: Qualitative Research Methods Section 3, Spring 2010 Classroom Observation Project Observation or, looking in a focused way, is an important component of qualitative research. This project is designed to help you develop your observational s
Discussion Questions: You will be split into three groups each focusing on one article. Complete the questions for your article with your group, when we come together, each group will present their answers to the class.
Group 1: Adler and Adler Researchin