6 Steps for an Effective Research Interview

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For better or worse, someone somewhere has been where you are now.   Step 1: Decide on Objectives What exactly are you trying to find out?  Write out your objectives on a notecard.  Keep that notecard in front of you while you write out your questions.  Your questions should, for the most part, be based […] Read more »

3 Uses for Ethnographic Methods

The ultimate research instrument connects researchers to a world normally beyond our own reach, the truth of the social world.  This instrument is the researcher.

Imagine this: you’re looking through a microscope at the very essence of what makes up our universe.  The microscope connects you to a world normally beyond your reach.  This instrument allows researchers to discover problems right within the molecular composition of your blood cells.   The ultimate research instrument connects researchers to a world normally beyond […] Read more »