CHAPTER 10 Naturalistic Observation Naturalistic research Goal is

CHAPTER 10 Naturalistic Observation  Naturalistic research   Goal is

CHAPTER 10 Naturalistic Observation Naturalistic research

Goal is to develop context-specific statements about the multiple, constructed realities of all the key participants. 3 Assumptions

Naturalism Phenomenology Interpretive nature 4 types of naturalistic inquiry

Ethnography Ethnomethodology Critical ethnography autoethnography

Naturalistic research process Site Embodied practice Qualitative methods

Methodological procedures Nonrandom, purposive sample Informants Emergent design Member checks

Investigative Strategies Direct Observation In-Depth interviews

Role of the observer Complete participant Participant-observer Observer-participant

Compete observer In-depth interviewing Analyzing naturalistic data

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