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Date Created: 11/01/15
Topic Experimental Designs Experiments Research Questions for Experimental Research Random Assignment Why Randomly Assign Process of Random Assignment Parts of Experiements Steps in Conducting an Experiment Types of Design A Classical B Preexperimental a Oneshot case study b One group PretestPosttest c Static Group Comparison C QuasiExperimental Special Designs a Twogroup Posttest Only Design b Time Series Using Experimental Designs in Evaluation Research What is evaluation research Topic Introduction to Qualitative Research Review of Qualitative Research Philosophy Differences between Quantitative and Qualitative Research Use of Positivism o Positivism o Postpositivism Acceptance of Postmodern Sensibilities o Verisimilitude o PraXis Capturing the Individual s Point of View Examining the Constraints of Everyday Life 0 Nomothetic vs Idiographic I Nomothetic I Idiographic o Etic vs Emic Perspectives I Etic Perspectives I Emic Perspectives Securing Rich Descriptions Qualitative Research Process The Researcher as Research Instrument The Researcher as Grounded in Research Philosophies Paradigm Criteria for Evaluating Qualitative Research The Nature of Research Designs Data Collection Management and Analysis The Creation of Knowledge Types of Qualitative Methodology Naturalistic Observation Field Observation Issues in Field Research Continuum of Participation o Nonparticipant observer 0 Participant observer Concealment Qualitative Data Collection Ethnography 0 Traditional de nition from anthropology 0 Alternate de nition Characteristics of Ethnography o Immersion in the eld Various methods of participation Participant observation Taking lots of fieldnotes what are eld notes Informal and formal interviews with participants Analyzing fieldnotes and other qualitative and sometimes quantitative data collected Write up their analyses in the form of a formal report OOOOOO Autoethnography Selecting Participants Types of Samples Key informants Maximum variation sample Homogeneous sample Selective sample Convenience sample Sampling Data Collection How much data is enough 0 Theoretical sensitivity 0 When do you do data analysis and when do you stop Formats for Collecting Qualitative Data Focus Groups OpenEnded Interviews Interviewing Developing a Relationship Types of Interviews Structured Interviews SemistructuredIndepth Interviews Unstructured Interviews Preparing for Interviewing Deciding What Questions to Ask Group Activity Developing a SemiStructured Interview Guide Interviewing Practice Qualitative Data Analysis Coding 0 Codes I Analytic coding I Opencoding I Focusedcoding Memoing Data Analysis Processes Grounded Theory Characteristics of grounded theory Trustworthiness Memberchecking Interrater reliability nTemplate Analysis Evaluating Qualitative Research Do the authors 0 Demonstrate how the research makes an important contribution to empirical knowledge or advances theory 0 Provide a sufficient critique of existing research and a thoughtful discussion of the limitations of prior research 0 Offer an explicit and detailed description of their data collection and analysis procedures Sufficiently address issues that may have created bias in the data collection or analysis Are the results presented with enough detail that it is evident to the reader how the researchers found their results from the research 0 Does the size of the sample seem appropriate for the goals of the research Are the methods of data collection and analysis consistent with their methodological approach ethnography grounded theory to the research 00 O
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