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    A meme denoting one of the following: (1) Something that surprised you, (2) A question you have for the class, (3) A new word of phrase you found interesting, (4) A question or conundrum that the reading raises related to the ongoing class study. Your reaction must by 10am the day of class.

    Maxwell, J. A. (2012). <i>Qualitative research design: An interactive approach</i> (Vol. 41) (pp 14-24). Sage publications.

    Available on TritonEd

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    JAMES FURUKAWA
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    yay

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    JAMES FURUKAWA
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    oops! Meant to post this for the previous post — by the way, is this post’s meme due April 4th? Or is it for week 2, considering TritonEd says its reading is for week 2?

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    Hi James – good question and good catch. This thread is for the reading due on April 9th. I’ve fixed the topic header.

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    LANCE WONG
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    Something I learned on how to develop research questions

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    MEGAN NGUYEN
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    something that surprised me

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    Maya Rosal
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    something that surprised me: the extent to which personal thoughts affect qualitative research

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    Sunny Lin
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    something that surprised me: different purposes have to be considered as a good/worth researching research question is being developed

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    TU THAI
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    A little bit salty but here it is, what I found interesting about this chapter 

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    Julissa Ruiz
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    A question or conundrum that the reading raises related to the ongoing class study:

    I find myself guilty of focusing too much on the person and not enough on data relevancy. It is always good to find that balance for the sake of both humanizing informants and making your research valid.

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    BRIDGET FERNANDEZ
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    (3) A new word of phrase I found interesting

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    MCKENNA ROUDEBUSH
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    I appreciated learning about how causal relationships are determined through qualitative research.  It surprised me because up until now most of my research background has been focused on how quantitative research draws the strongest causal relationships.

    #181

    MARITZA ORNELAS
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    I enjoyed the emphasis on identifying the different layers of our personalized approach when designing a study. It also reminded me of people who indulge in personal purpose at the expense of others:

     

    #183

    AASIYA AHMED
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    Something that surprised me: There are 3 different purposes for doing research personal, practical, and research purpose and usually your personal purpose overlaps with your practical and research purposes.

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    ALMA MARQUEZ
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    Something that surprised me

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