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Qualitative Designs in CSD Research - Week 5


Crossword for Qualitative Research Designs

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1.demands for this and much time is needed to be a participant observer
5.the development of these is needed to explain the data
7.a type of sensitivity that allows for the appreciation of __ variables that influence a phenomenon of interest
9.after formulating conclusions, the next step is to generate ___.
11.this concept is opposed since it is a metaphysical theory that all phenomena can be explained in terms of natural causes and laws
14.also known as personal contact, it is the awareness of personal biases, acknowledging them, and tempering their influence
16.cross referencing of findings through data collection, forming tentative conclusions, and then asking participant their thoughts about the interaction
18.each case is this way, and deserves detailed, in-depth study
20.constraints to this can be seen in the kinesic analysis method
21.this usually comes from field notes, clinical records, audio-videotape transcriptions, photographs
22.this is the focus on the entire culture of a people
26.qualitative research designs formulate these
28.notes, video/audiotaping, photographs, use of one-way mirrors, video are used in direct observation method
31.observations have this when they are lengthy, persistent; data can be triangulated by multiple sources
32.all approaches to qualitative research identifies this part of the researcher.
36.the researcher does this.
37.speculation is not welcomed, and acceptance of unobservable phenomena is
38.a type of discource analysis including strategies with typically developing children and adults and those with disorders.
39.qualitative data is usually __.
43.setting aside unanalyzed data and discussion of conclusions to see if they match
45.kinesis and discourse analysis do this to triangulate data
48.a philosophical understanding of the world rather than a methodological approach
49.typically, the participant becomes this when he/she is immersed in a culture.
50.a type of research that is not quantitative
51.to describe, explore or generate ideas, thoughts, feelings and to form hypotheses that can be tested by quantitative research designs is the __ of this design.
53.only these which exist in the world can be known
54.a researcher does this for everything that is said and done
55.this type of inquiry focuses on persons, topics, locations, events in a natural setting such as classrooms, homes, and neighborhoods
56.type of research that allows the researcher to observe phenomena in their natural state or context
57.__ of data analysis is seen in all approaches to qualitative researcher designs.
58.this type of qualitative research design method is entails intensive observation and generates theories and clinical practice ideas.
2.kinesic analysis methods creates these to represent emblems, illustrators, affective displays, etc.
3.this type of analysis begins with specific examples or facts, formulates questions, and ends with general theories
4.qualitative research approach is important when primary purpose is __.
6.this type of perspective views each action as part of a whole
8.this type of description gathers detailed information about a phenomenon of interest, and triangulates data from multiple sources
10.qualitative model does this to serve for first stage of knowledge, thus discovering key issues and elements for a subsequent study
12.in addition to these types of cases, the case study method in qualitative research designs can also focus on geographic locations, specific topics, or events.
13.redirection of focus, generation of new question as they emerge during the course of study is also known as __ design.
15.an observation method which reduces researcher bias by providing detailed and systematic observations of person, location, event, topic without researcher's participation in the scene
17.researcher must do this in a situation to become accepted member of a scene
19.this can be unstrctured and in-depth
21.the focus is on understanding this and it's opposite.
23.comparing/constrasting data collected at different times, by different methods, different locations
24.asking open ended research questions is needed while conducting an __ of events.
25.a type of research that develops theories about phenomena of interest. This type of research verifies information until the researcher is satisfied about credibility.
27.an analysis method which studies what is communicated through nonverbal movements, gestures, and/or postures
29.this is usually not needed for broad topics/concepts in in-depth interviewing methods
30.alternative to quantitative methods when individual perspectives are more important than group ___.
33.extent that results can be transferred from study to other persons, locations, events, contexts
34.believability of results
35.this type of quaitative research design method is concerned with language use beyond boundaries of utterance or sentence
40.a process in which answers, questions, and theories may change throughout the course of the study
41.qualitative research depends on this, in addition to categories and words
42.sharing conclusions with participants - assessing match between conclusions and participants' reality
44.no __ limits as to what is observed in ethnographic observations
45.transferability is based of this person's local perspective and external consistency of results and conclusions
46.specific type of neutrality that qualitative researchers should have to make them non-judgmental
47.qualitative research approach does this as opposed to testing hypotheses.
52.approaches to qualitative research looks at levels, or __ of research process.

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