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ethnographic research in a completely
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Have you failed to negotiate with the gatekeeper who can lead you to other key informants for your ethnographic study?
Are you a student blindfolded by this emerging research methodology because you can not decide what ethnic group or society you are supposed to recruit and observe for the answers to your research questions?
Are you conducting ethnographic interviews but unable to observe the culture or ethnic group without your own viewpoint?
Do you think it would be really hard for you to stay within the ethical limits while conducting qualitative ethnography research to answer your research question?
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Step # 1: Define Ethnography Research Objectives
We will start by establishing and defining clear, concise, well-defined statement of objectives before you start any fieldwork.
You have to fill a small form with your research details and requirements for us to define clear-cut research objectives before undertaking the project.
Your ethnography objectives will be written considering the ultimate purpose of your study. Each purpose will identify different objectives. And the objectives will aid you focus your fieldwork.
Step # 2: Developing a Guiding Question
A guiding question is the basic inquiry that directs the search for understanding. When writing ethnography one of the very first things needed are guiding questions which set the tone and give a path to the research process.
Guiding questions help the researcher to stay on course while he/she is conducting field observations and not lose the way.
The guiding question may get changed during the research as more is learned.
Step # 3: Sample Identification and Selection
We will assess your research questions to identify the accurate social class, ethnic group or society to be used in your research. We will determine what subgroups of the population to utilize depending upon the study objectives
Then we will define the participant demographics like what should be their gender, ethnicity, age, income or education.
Write a short screener survey having multiple choice and yes or no questions that will screen the probable participants to verify if they are eligible for the group. If necessary, we may include an open ended "descriptive exercise" question
Ethnography screener will stress more on self-expression and keenness to participate in the research without revealing the focus of the research to a potential respondent
Step # 4: Gaining Access Suggestions
We will provide a guideline on how you can gain access to the community. The guidelines may contain…
Negotiations guidelines for gaining access to the community
Identifying gatekeepers who can help you in establishing a relationship with other people of the community
If a gatekeeper is not available who and how to approach
Step # 5: Potential Field Sites Suggestions
Depending on your research objectives you will be provided with suggestions on how and where you should conduct you ethnographic research and where you are expected to collect the best possible results and conclusions.
The suggestion of a suitable field site will be provided while scrutinizing the following factors…
Size of the site,
The makeup of the site,
Location of the site,
Basic background and history of the filed site
Step # 6: Designing Open-Ended Questions To Gather Information
Data collection methodology suggestions will be provided for researchers to gather information including…
We will give you the questions based on the objectives of your research such that it makes the collection of the desired information swift and easier for you.
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