Enhanced Ethnographic Methods: Audiovisual Techniques, by Jean J. Schensul

By Jean J. Schensul

As well as the conventional use of player statement, interviews, and surveys, qualitative researchers have built quite a few different the right way to receive details of their stories. visible facts from movie and nonetheless photos are actually supplemented with video and desktop suggestions and are utilized in many settings. centred workforce interviews, as soon as within the area of industry researchers, are actually frequently utilized by qualitative researchers to boot. Elicitation suggestions, akin to triads, pile varieties, and freelists, initially constructed through cognitive anthropologists were commonly followed to assist comprehend the interior workings of the individuals of a bunch. during this short quantity, those 3 units of tools are defined in uncomplicated, useful language. The authors describe while and the way to exploit those units of strategies for group learn, marketplace examine, and formative assessment and different well-being, social welfare, and academic settings either regionally and across the world.

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One particular category of interest was sexual behaviors. , ranging from holding hands to sexual intercourse). The research team, through careful examination of the data, identified a series of "heterosexual" behaviors relevant to the Sri Lankan culture. Some behaviors involved several variations, thus yielding subordinate categories. , ranging from no or minimal risk to high risk for sexually transmitted diseases [STDs]). , 1997). - AUDIOVISUAL METHODS IN ETHNOGRAPHY Training Coders How the researcher develops a coding scheme influences the training or preparation of coders as well as the establishment of intercoder agreement (which we examine in the next section).

Ranging from no or minimal risk to high risk for sexually transmitted diseases [STDs]). , 1997). - AUDIOVISUAL METHODS IN ETHNOGRAPHY Training Coders How the researcher develops a coding scheme influences the training or preparation of coders as well as the establishment of intercoder agreement (which we examine in the next section). In this section, we examine training of coders with regard to adopting or modifying a preexisting scheme or developing a new scheme. Regardless of the approach to coding, there are a few general guidelines for preparing coders.

Transcripts of the interviews were reviewed, and any reference to "sex"was identified. One particular category of interest was sexual behaviors. , ranging from holding hands to sexual intercourse). The research team, through careful examination of the data, identified a series of "heterosexual" behaviors relevant to the Sri Lankan culture. Some behaviors involved several variations, thus yielding subordinate categories. , ranging from no or minimal risk to high risk for sexually transmitted diseases [STDs]).

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