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    Abigail Medina
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    Something that surprised me: Qualitative data is also used for sensitive issues such as personal relationships, violence and sexuality

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    DIANA DAO
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    What stood out to me.

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    Nancy Hoang
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    something that surprised me

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    Eksha Khanna
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    What surprised me the most was to see how complicated and intricate qualitative research really is. I didn’t know how many different factors, purposes, etc. existed and had to be considered for meaningful qualitative research.

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    JAMES FURUKAWA
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    conundrum/surprised:

    Peshkin’s example showed how researchers, especially in qualitative work, are not detached abstract observers, but are people themselves, with their own subjectivities and own relations to the very people whose own subjectivities and relations they are studying.

     

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    Tina Le
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    Something that surprised me: the differing causal theories between qualitative and quantitative researchers

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    PHILIP HAIRE
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    Something I found interesting

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