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GEOG 315 - Week 11

by: Tiffany Hu

GEOG 315 - Week 11 Geography 315

Tiffany Hu
Explanation and Understanding in Geography

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Tiffany Hu on Wednesday December 9, 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 30 views. For similar materials see Explanation and Understanding in Geography in Geography at University of Washington.


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Date Created: 12/09/15
Lecture 30 12715 Mode of Observation 1 Unobtrusive Research a Appropriate for i Studying social progress ii Studying culture ideas media iii When you don t have access to individuals 1 Ethical 2 Individuals are no longer alive b Units of analysis individuals c Units of observation often be texts or whatever you get the information from d Content analysis i Implicit depends on context and interpretation 1 Positionality standpoint e Discourse analysis i How people get their world views ii How knowledge formed and validated by society as truth or quotrealquot iii Discourse agency 1 Power to be heard Lecture 31 12915 Ethical Principles IRB Human Subjects any research UW that has to do with human subjects has to go through this review board 1 Voluntary a Researchers look for volunteers to participate in their experiment 2 Harm a Ie People got too drunk and loud on a week long research trip which ended up contaminating the research environment 3 Anonymity and Confidentiality a Anonymity researchers cannot correlate any responses with a participant b Confidentiality results will not be share with a third party 4 Deception a Sometimes have to deceive to get to the truth and also to get rid of the 3rd party 5 Analysis and Reporting a Have responsibility to report findings even if they are not what you wanted to hear Politics 1 Objectivity and ideology a Factors that control who gets funded by what kind of research and why 2 Positionality 3 Position situation b Ality relation


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