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  • 1. Week 6 Methodology & Observation
  • 2. Housekeeping
    • I’ll be out of town next week:
    • Week 7-10/9 Interviews
      • -Bailey, chapter 7
      • -Angrosino Chapter 5
      • Optional:-On line: (Spindler) The Expressive Autobiographic Interview http://www.stanford.edu/~davidf/qualitative151/ExpressiveAutobiographic.pdf
    • Assignment: 15 min. Observation. Use one or both of the following as your guide:
      • Angrosino Ch 4 To Do (p. 40);
      • Bailey ch. 6, ex. 2.[NB: Be mindful of the important “lesson from the field” implied in Bailey ch.8 ex 1
  • 3. Today
    • Week 6 10/2 Methodology & Observations
      • -Bailey, chapter 5
      • -Bailey, chapter 6
      • -Angrosino Chapter 4
    • Activity: Analytic Primer : Flip Flotsam
      • http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v =YYh268HRgXM
    • Q: Did we look at the Note Taking Notes?
  • 4. Your Observation
    • Assignment: 15 min. Observation. Use one or both of the following as your guide:
      • Angrosino Ch 4 To Do (p. 40);
        • The comparable aspect of this looks fun but requires cooperation on your part; this exercise is more time intensive than I expect.
      • Bailey ch. 6, ex. 2. (p. 94)
        • Spradley’s 9 (1980, p. 78)
          • Space, actor, activities, objects, acts, events, time, goals and feelings
    • REMEBEBER:
      • Be mindful of the important “lesson from the field” implied by Bailey ch.8 ex 1
        • i.e., that jottings are key;
        • that time is the ruination of the note taker
          • (i.e., that “re-membering” is a very bad thing for observation.
      • Geertz’ familiar/strange point.
      • Grounded Theory (like Angrosino’s “formative theory” p. 34)
  • 5.  

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