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GEOG 315: Week 9

by: Tiffany Hu

GEOG 315: Week 9 Geography 315

Tiffany Hu
Explanation and Understanding in Geography

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Tiffany Hu on Monday November 30, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to Geography 315 at University of Washington taught by BROWN,MICHAEL P. in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 29 views. For similar materials see Explanation and Understanding in Geography in Geography at University of Washington.


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Date Created: 11/30/15
Lecture 24 112315 Review survey results Lecture 25 112515 Ethnography and Qualitative Interviewing 1 Qualitative Interviewing projective techniques Open ended DC coding developed categories Postcoding Prompt and probe to get a meatier and more descriptive information i Prompt asked initial questions ii Probe dive deeper and understand why Tend to be longer 1 hr 1 hr and 30 min f Pros i Get richer data can capture irony paradox structural things etc ii Good for inductive thinking iii Good for understanding depth not breath g Cons i Cannot generalize ii Because these take so long N is smaller iii They re really intense 1 Interviews are exhausting and recommend you only do two in one day 9962 P 2 Focus Groups a Basically qualitative one shot case study i Give an exposure and measure the effects ii N 1015 people iii You want to get people s reactions b They re very intense just like QI s i Have to fill producer director audience and every other role to complete interview c Very open ended i Do not have to do probablesampling ii Can do convenient sampling 1 Quota sampling In class exercise Prof ran us through a potential option of a QI There are 4 steps 0 Association I The first word that the participant thinks of when they are given a certain word 0 Construction I Given a picture and asked to write a story about it 0 Completion I Give half a story and asked to complete it o Expressive I Asked to draw a place that is important to the participant Lecture 26 112715 Thanksgiving Break


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