Naturalistic Observation

1st Edition

Michael V Angrosino

Routledge
Published May 15, 2007
Reference - 144 Pages
ISBN 9781598740608 - CAT# Y287298
Series: Qualitative Essentials

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Summary

Observation is one of the foundational methods of qualitative inquiry—but only if it is conducted in a systematic fashion that allows for the careful recording of data and the consistent retrieval of those data for purposes of analysis. To that end, this book features a brief how-to guide to conducting observations in naturalistic settings. The history of observational research, ongoing questions of its epistemological status, the impact of new technologies, and its major ethical concerns are also treated. Replete with examples of observation-based research, questions for class discussion, a glossary, and extensive references, this volume offers a rapid fire start into doing naturalistic observational research for novices and students.

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