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Methods

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Methods

 

As a team, it makes sense to write (face-to-face) short introductory paragraphs for this section. These can be updated/improved, or edited and shorter versions of your research methods discussed in project 3A. 

 

Review parts of chapter 5 on "Researching Your Subject" -- especially in reference to how you "choose appropriate research strategies and techniques" (p. 82-85) -- and then write approximately 5-8 excellent sentences describing well-thought out discussions of:

 

  • the diversity of research questions asked (e.g. about audiences, theory or how to test/analyze, history, techniques, etc.)
  • the appropriateness of research techniques used

 

You should cite/reference our chapter 5 on "Researching Your Subject" -- especially in reference to how you "choose appropriate research strategies and techniques" (p. 82-85). 


 

The remainder of the methods section can be a narrative and evaluative discussion of:

 

  • Table of your research questions (strongly suggested to include)
  • Table of less formal "Patterns of Inquiry" (word work, site work, etc.)
  • Primary Research Methods and Techniques (narrative + evaluation)
  • Secondary Research Methods and Techniques (narrative + evaluation) 
  • Collaboration Method and Team Writing Methods (narrative + evaluation)
  • Evaluation/Analysis Methods (if there are any other than your CRITERIA) 

 

Feel free to include appendices to this section, especially if you're proud of some quality content you've produced in processes that served as methods. 

 

 

 

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