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Qualitative Research Techniques Theory and Practice Plus Interviews

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Across can be applied. 15. When participants have clear

36. Type of generalisation that involves expectations of what is expected of them,
1. Form of generalisation involving applying applying findings to familiar situations. these may influence their answers. (Two
findings to other or wider groups. words)
8. Form of reflexivity involving consideration
17. Above all, do no ____.
of how your beliefs might have affected 2. Researchers that only use quantitative 19. Form of triangulation via use of
your research. methods would probably criticise different participants or forms of
9. Qualitative enquiry allows participants to qualitative research for this. response.
provide __________ and not just 3. The only form of consent that is truly 20. Pre-study thoughts of researchers
descriptions. valuable. and participants that may influence the
13. Form of triangulation through use of 4. May be necessary to hide the names of study.
multiple interpretations of data. participants. 22. Compared to quantitative data,
16. Verification through use of more than 5. Type of interview using a participants' qualitative data is considered _______.
one research strategy. recollections of life events. Largely 24. Form of interview using a set list of
18. Rosenthal showed researcher biases unstructured. topics but largely natural conversation
in students by getting them to count 6. (Two words) Interview between styles.
movements of these animals. researchers and multiple participants at 26. A researcher's awareness of their
21. Sampling method that involves the same time. motivations for research and any biases
sampling that is not random. 7. Type of data that is based around words that they bring to the research.
23. Form of sampling deliberately rather than numbers. 27. Another name for the sampling
undertaken to give a particular type of 10. We must always ensure that we method known as random sampling.
participant. maintain this in our study participants. 28. Using results to form a general rule or
25. Study of the nature of knowledge 11. When asked for qualitative responses, finding involves this form of
(oooh... I just dropped a ToK bomb!). participants are more ____ to give varied generalisation.
30. Effect on results created by the action responses. 29. Numerical.
of watching participants. 12. I'm busting, is there a public 31. Form of triangulation through use of
32. Talking form of data collection. ____________ nearby? (also, a type of different research study types.
34. Qualitative studies often allow sampling that does not involve a lot of 33. Qualitative studies generally demand
complex issues to be handled with more attention to avoiding bias). a lot more of this, especially in data
of this. 14. The believability or trustworthiness of processing.
35. The degree of how widely conclusions research findings. 34. Form of socially-based sampling.