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RYERSONSSH 301Melanie KnightFall

SSH 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Ethnography, Argot, Unstructured Interview

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Two main types of qualitative interview: unstructured and semi-structured. Quantitative research is highly structured to maximize reliability and valid
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RYERSONSSH 301Melanie KnightFall

SSH 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Ethnography, Participant Observation

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Typically participant observers and ethnographers gather further data through documents and interviews. Important and difficult steps in ethnography=ga
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RYERSONSSH 301Melanie KnightFall

SSH 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Symbolic Interactionism, Antipositivism, Grounded Theory

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Issues with connection between theory and research, 1)the form of theory, Theory: an explanation of observed regularities or patterns, can guide resear
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RYERSONSSH 301Melanie KnightFall

SSH 301 Chapter 11: Chapter 11

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Research participants should not be harmed by taking part in research activities. Each method of social research comes with its own set of ethical issu
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RYERSONSSH 301Melanie KnightFall

SSH 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Cohort Study, Longitudinal Study, External Validity

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Research design: broad structure that guides collection and analysis of data. Important consideration of choosing a research design=kind of explanation
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RYERSONSSH 301Melanie KnightFall

SSH 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Discourse Analysis, Conversation Analysis, Social Order

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Common theme=change in the coverage of an issue over time. Coding may reflect the researcher"s interests and concerns and be a product of subjective bi
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RYERSONSSH 301Melanie KnightFall

SSH 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Ecological Fallacy, Subgroup Analysis, Qualitative Research

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Heterogeneous set of data sources: letters, diaries, autobiographies, newspapers, television shows, websites, photographs, etc. are explored in this ch
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RYERSONSSH 301Melanie KnightFall

SSH 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Structural Analysis, Computer-Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software, Qualitative Research

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Qualitative analysis is often iterative-> analysis takes place after some of the data have been collected and then the implication of that analysis sha
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RYERSONSSH 301Melanie KnightFall

SSH 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Internet Service Provider, Instant Camera, Content Analysis

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Sampling refers to the selection of individuals and other units of analysis for research. Need to sample is almost universal in quantitative research.
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