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Systematic Field Observation
Description: Discusses the history and types of field observation methods from a sociological perspective.
Quantitative and Qualitative Inquiry in Educational Research: Is there a paradigmatic difference between them?
Description: Discusses the distinctions between qualitative and quantitative methodological approaches in educational research.
Using Mixed-Methods Sequential Explanatory Design: From Theory to Practice
Description: Discusses procedural issues related to mixed-methods in a sequential (quant then qual) design.
Concordance Between Ethnographer and Folk Perspectives: Observed Performance and - Self-Ascription of Sibling Caretaking Roles
Description: Compares observer to cultural member view of roles in care-taking
Integrating Survey and Ethnographic Methods for Systematic Anomalous Case Analysis
Description: How the salience of research findings can be enhanced by combining survey and ethnographic methods to draw insight from anomalous cases.
Mixing Qualitative and Quantitative Research in Developmental Science: Uses and Methodological Choices
Description: Describes and discusses choices for using mixed methods from a practical perspective and discusses common pitfalls and how to aviod them.
Developing Data Analysis
Description: Provides a step-by-step guide to all the questions students ask when beginning their first research project.
Child Care Instability and the Effort to Sustain a Working Daily Routine: Evidence from the New Hope Ethnographic Study of Low-Income Families
Description: This chapter examines the stability and change in child care among 44 working poor families in Milwaukee, WI who were part of the New Hope anti-poverty experimental evaluation.
Cultural Consensus Theory: Applications and Frequently Asked Questions
Description: Introduces how consensus theory can be used to estimate culturally appropriate/correct answers when answers are unknown regarding the variation in cultural knowledge.
Validity and Reliability of Qualitative Data Analysis: Interobserver Agreement in Reconstructing Interpretative Frames
Description: Assessed interobserver reliability in the use of reconstructing interpretative frames techniques as an indicator of its rigor.