Ethnographic Field Strategies

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Question 1
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Field research on the cultural dimensions of organizations is called ____________ .

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street ethnography

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organizational ethnography

C

medical ethnography

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ethnography

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Question 2
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A field research study conducted by nurses is called _________________ .

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street ethnography

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organizational ethnography

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medical ethnography

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ethnography

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Question 3
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A practice placing researchers in the midst of whatever it is they study where they can examine various phenomena as perceived by participants and represent these observations as accounts is called _____________ .

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street ethnography

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organizational ethnography

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medical ethnography

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ethnography

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Question 4
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An immersion technique that is extremely efficient at studying illicit drug use and users is called ___________ .

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street ethnography

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organizational ethnography

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medical ethnography

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ethnography

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Question 5
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When a researcher records sufficient detail that the reader can distinguish a wink from a twitch and a parody of a wink is distinguishable from an actual wink in order to discover the meanings behind the acts, it is called ___________ .

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thick description

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subjective soaking

C

emic view

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etic view

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Question 6
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When a researcher abandons the idea of absolute objectivity or scientific neutrality and attempts to merge himself or herself into the culture being studied, it is called ____________ .

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thick description
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subjective soaking
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emic view
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etic view
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Question 7
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The understanding of a social environment from an outsider position is called __________ . This is the perspective created in the researcher's analysis, products of interpretations of meaning, theoretical and analytic explanations, and understandings of symbols as mediated through the researcher.

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thick description
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subjective soaking
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emic view
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etic view
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Question 8
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The worldview of the native inhabitants of a particular social environment, or insiders, is called ______________ .

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thick description
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subjective soaking
C
emic view
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etic view
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Question 9
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A change in the definition of ethnography to include a set of highly formal techniques designed to extract cognitive data is called _________________ .

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new ethnography
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macroethnography
C
microethnography
D
ethnonursing research
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Question 10
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Conducting a study and analysis of some local or indigenous people's viewpoints, beliefs, and practices about nursing care behavior and processes as mediated by cultures is called ______ .

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new ethnography
B
macroethnography
C
microethnography
D
ethnonursing research
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Question 11
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A research project that attempts to describe the entire way of life of a group with a focus on face-to-face interactions of members of the group or institution under investigation is called ________ .

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new ethnography
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macroethnography
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microethnography
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ethnonursing research
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Question 12
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A research endeavor that focuses on particular incisions at particular points in the larger setting, group, or institution that are thought to represent salient elements in the lives of participants and in turn, in the life of the larger group or institution is called ___________ .

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new ethnography
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macroethnography
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microethnography
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ethnonursing research
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Question 13
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When researchers take care not to impose their own views or take any stands on social or political issues, but to study the world as an external investigator, this is called ___________________ .

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value-neutral position
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reflectivity
C
positivism
D
critical perspective
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Question 14
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A researcher who enters a setting for study because it is available and convenient to study is exhibiting _____________ .

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subjective motivation
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external motivation
C
critical ethnography
D
positivism
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Question 15
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A person indigenous to the group and setting being studied who is convinced that the study is worthwhile and meaningful to group, and that no harm will fall upon the group, and then extends his or her credibility among the group to the researcher is a(n) ___________ .

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gatekeeper
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guide
C
informant
D
bargainer
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Question 16
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A person who is in a position to grant or deny access to the research scenario by making the researcher's goals very easy, or very difficult or impossible, is called a(n) ___________ .

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gatekeeper
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guide
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informant
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bargainer
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Question 17
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When subjects know they are in a research study and alter their usual or routine behavior to react to the presence of the researcher, this is called _________________ .

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a research bargain
B
subjective research
C
Hawthorne effect
D
an overly simplified question
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Question 18
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When a researcher exposes himself or herself to otherwise avoidable dangers simply by having to be in a dangerous setting or circumstance to carry out research, this is called _______________ .

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situational risk
B
ethnographic danger
C
ambient risk
D
unnecessary risk
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Question 19
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When a researcher's presence or behaviors in a research setting trigger conflict, violence, or hostility from others in a setting, this is called _________________ .

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situational risk
B
ethnographic danger
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ambient risk
D
unnecessary risk
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Question 20
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When should field notes be recorded?

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Before an encounter with a subject
B
During an excursion into the field
C
During a chance meeting with a research subject
D
Immediately following any contact with subjects
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