WRIT 1133 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Imrad, Double Negative

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14 Nov 2016
IMRAD and Text-based
o Both are interpretations of the text’s meaning
o Both researching main question
o Clear introduction
o Lit review
Used to show why research is important
o No methods for text-based
o Define the lens in TB
source being analyzed (TB)
actual research
other peoples research
other peoples interpretations (TB)
Interviews In Wow
- in-game closed chat
- find down time in instances
- join a guild
- be persistent
- ask specific questions
- don’t ask more than one question at a time
- don’t be afraid to ask follow-up questions
- don’t ask biased questions
- don’t give away your research question
- be informed about what you are researching first
- make sure your questions are worded clearly don’t use words that could
have double meanings; avoid double negative questions
- keep it short and direct
- could set up an interview macro
- if people stop responding, don’t bother them
- people aren’t going to want to be bothered or troll
- can see people’s actual reactions; have richer data about the interview
participant, know what they actually play
- go to a capital city outside of a bank/auction house can have a wide range
of players
Post threads on forums
- if you are asking a general question about real life, go on the general chat
- keep your questions short and direct
- pose questions as a game, not a researcher
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