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Ethnographic research (also called ethnography) is the study of the _____ and _____in their natural settings.
Social patterns and community perspectives
Economic patterns and population perspectives
Cultural patterns and participants perspectives
Political patterns and public perspectives
The most important characteristic to take into account when conducting ethnographic research is culture?
In which science is ethnography developed?
What is the goal of ethnographic research?
To behave, think and talk; and develop a portrait of a person.
To describe and understand what are happening in various contexts.
To describe, analyze, and interpret the culture of a group.
To study attitudes, values, beliefs, and practices of a person.
Culture is everything having to do with human _____ and______.
Beliefs and emotions.
Behavior and beliefs.
Emotions and feelings.
Behavior and problems.
When do you should use an Ethnographic design?
When the study provides information on a brief topic.
When you have a culture-sharing group to study.
When you don't have long-term access to a culture-sharing group.
When the research does not require a participant observer.
Complete: _________ and___________ became standard data collection procedures in an ethnographic design.
Observations and questionnaires
Survey and interviews
Observations and interviews
Questionnaires and survey.
Is “Identify your intent, the appropriate design and how intent relates to your research problem” the first step to conduct an Ethnographic Research?
Choose the correct type of ethnographic research:
"What is central is the idea of exploring everyday life and cultural reality"
"The researcher belongs to an underprivileged or disadvantaged class."
That definition corresponds to:
This type of ethnographic research is focused on understanding how knowledge is constructed and used.
The main goal of ethnographic research is to prove that a specific thing solve a particular problem.
What is it called when a researcher is collecting data with different methods at the same time?
Select two types of Observer in Ethnography:
When you collect data in Ethnography, the researcher needs to record everything that is happening during an observation
Ethnography investigates which question according to Madison?
What are the ethical approaches to interacting with participants?
What does ethnography involve in the fieldwork?
What are the moral and ethical implications of conducting fieldwork?
What challenges must face the morale of the participants and the purpose of their study?
Choose an option of how ethnographers must be
Must be open and transparent in collecting data
Must be responsible and abandon participants
Must be respectful and tell to everyone their dignity
Must be an influence negative with the participants
How to evaluate an ethnography research?
Being transparent with the data
Researchers are not prevented from entering the site in the future
Involve negotiating how to gain access to the people and places
By applying the standards used in qualitative research.
Ethnograhy is a complex long-term commitment to work with participants?
Methods of data collection in ethnographic research:
Interview, observation, reviewing artefacts and visual materials
Essay, observation, tests, checklist
Just observation and checklist
Test, checklist, reviewing artefacts