Discuss Case Studies and Ethnography
Case Studies and Ethnography Discussion
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For this discussion, refer to the qualitative case study or ethnography research study you found in the Capella library. Use the Article Analysis Worksheet to prepare for this discussion. Briefly summarize the article (1–2 paragraphs). Discuss the following aspects of the study:
How large was the sample and what were their characteristics?
How was the data collected?
How was the data analyzed?
What were the results and how can they be utilized?
How does this qualitative study differ from a quantitative study?
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