Ethnographic Research (Unit 2. Types of Interview (Open Interview a…
Unit 2. Types of Interview
a free, open, democratic, bidirectional and informal process, and in which individuals can manifest themselves as they are, without feeling tied to predetermined roles.
It is worth it, although there is never a possibility of continuing the negotiation to ensure the optimal results for the investigation.
They always revolve around trust, curiosity and naturalness.
It is necessary to establish contact and make people feel comfortable.
Unit 1. Types of Observation
It is that of participant observation, which in practice tends to be a combination of methods, or rather a research style.
It only plays the role of researcher and observes situations of interest as such; for example, a lesson from the back of the classroom, an assembly of schools from the back of the room, a staff meeting or a break from outside.
Kind of questions
Multiple Answer Questions
Unit 4. Category Building
it may suggest properties, or aspects of properties that have been omitted, or they may suggest data about the literature.
At this stage there may be no formation of concepts, importation or discoveries of theory, creation of new thoughts.
The research process builds system models and a theory is gradually taking shape.
Initial Visions of Solution
The analysis occurs simultaneously with data collection.
Unit 3. Field Identification
Gestures, nonverbal communications, tone of voice and speech speed help people interpret the meaning of their words.
Some researchers record comments outside the transcript of their discussions with students and include them in the final report.
Spaces and Subjects
scenario and the position of the people within it provides important apprehensions about the nature of the activities of the participants,
The field notes should not only include descriptions of what happens in a scenario, but also a record of the feelings, interpretations, intuitions, preconceptions of the researcher and future areas of inquiry.