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Tubbs - how low income families construct time
- can get discussion, can see if observation matches perception
- time consuming, not sure what to look for, access limited, participant changes
- "structured discovery" - know partially what they're looking for - had specific topics
Main goal:
gain a holistic overview of how people construct and perceive time and to understand events from the participants point of view
Advantages/Disadvantages
A: rich context and informaiton; understand what happened and why and how people feel
D: time, people feel that they're being studied
Sampling in Studies
Rhee - random sampling at 10 sites across country
Baughcum - convenience/purposive
Blass - convienience at Psych 1
Jordan - cluster sampling
Tubbs - convenience - had data from another study
sampling frame
the set of all elements from which the members of the sample are drawn - what to include
e.g. college students, comm students, girls, boys
Probability Sampling
Everybody in the frame has an equal of chance of being selected
- Simple Random
- Stratified
- Cluster
NonProbability Sampling
when you can't/don't want to generalize, small sample, access is limited
- convenience
- purposive
- quota
- snowball
Information We Have and Would Like
Have: demographic information, response rate, retention/drop out rate, control vs. experimental
Would Like: incentives offered, how they were recruited, and what they were told