SPCL TOPICS SOCLGY
SPCL TOPICS SOCLGY SOC 590
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Date Created: 09/09/15
Qualitative Methods PBAF 599SOC 590 Fall 2006 1 II forlIAI JI Ina u Due 1 39 15 at noon For those of you who are spending 50 or more of your effort using the Olympia site then you will not be writing a proposal but a re ection This should be viewed as a take home nal exam This should be doublespaced 12 pt font one inch margins Include a title your name and the date on the rst page I am expecting you to have had at least four eld moments interviews participant observation oral histories focus group You will write up as close to detailed notes as possible from these eld moments Then you will step back from these eld notes to write this paper The paper will have three components 1 Paying special attention to the contextual observations in your eld notes consider how these resonant with at least ve of the readings we covered throughout the quarter 5 pages 2 Then consider the content of the interviews to suggest interpretations themes and initial analyses Doing so you should rely on the material in Lo and et al in particular and cite similar approaches to interpretation from at least 2 or 3 other readings whether they were how to writeups or real examples of qualitative research 5 pages 3 Then re ect more generally upon qualitative methods What have you learned How did you best learn it How did the eld work experience lend insights on the methodological approach 2 pages Use the citation guidelines provided Attach your eld notes as an appendix
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