Research Methods- Chapter 16 (Final Exam)

Chapter 16- Social Constructionist and Arts-based Qualitative Approaches to Comm Research
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Method Describes/understands communication as it relates to....
-Autoethnography and Personal Narratives: A culture in which the researcher is an integral part
-Critical and Feminist Ethnography: Power and gender in a culture, often to achieve social change and/or social justice goals
-Holistic Ethnography: The multidimensional and interdependent aspects of reality
-Digital and Online Ethnography: Communication in digitized spaces
Method Describes/understands communication as it relates to....
-Performance Studies: Culturally situated communicative acts to reflect an interpretation of cultural practice through human expression
-Ethnodrama and Ethnotheatre: Performing the researcher's and/or participant's experience
-Performative Writing & Poetic Ethnography: Writing in an aesthetic manner to turn text into an evocative artistic representation
-Documentary, Video, or Visual Ethnography: Using photographic and video images rather than, or in addition to, words, in order to represent an experience through image
presentational knowingways of knowing based on expressive frames of performative arts-based research methodscreative analytical practicesa form of performative writing and creating that turns text into an evocative artistic representationPoetic Ethnographytexts written as poetry, focusing on symbolism and interpretation into poetic lines, using poetic rhythms to convey aspects of important to poem construction (pauses, repetitions, etc) -more humanistic than doing it systemicintrospective fictionform of data presentation which includes fictionalized narrative accounts, poetry, and reflections with the goals to bring research to lifeDocument, Video, Or Visual Ethnographyuses photographic and video images rather than or in addition to words to represent phenomenon through imageryhegemonic cultural practicespractices that create and maintain the hidden power in societyMarginalized and silenced voicespeople who-relative to people in positions of power and privilege do not have agency or power to participate or be heardVoicea concept related to personal and cultural agency and repetition, referring to cultural status, embodiment, and privilegerelational ethicsresponsibility of a researchers who has friends and partners about whom he writes or study participants with whom she develops a relationship throughout the course of a research projectrepresentationan ethical consideration of how the voice of another person in a research project is represented in an ethical and respectful mannerco-constructed interviewingan in-depth interviewing technique in which the interview is collaborative, dialogic, interactive, and open-endedinteractive interviewinginvolves multiple participants and researches who share their stories and personal experiences with the goal of co-authoring an authethnographic projectgrounded theorya systemic approach to understanding and analyzing participants livesreflexive writingwriting that includes the researcher and his/her biases, frames of references, and personal connections to the topic in writingcritical scholarshipa lens through which to view a research topic in order to question issues of oppression, social justice, and power, most specifically, how power is constructed and reified through cultural comm and social systemsembodied practicethe idea that the researchers personal and bodily experiences are essential to understanding the culture under studycomm activismmovement of research that is specifically aimed toward social justice goals in which researchers work with community partners to address specific real-world problems and issues and achieve potential solutionscommunity-based participatory researchresearch that uses critical methods in collaboration with community stakeholders to achieve social change through full and equal partnerships and coalitions between researchers and community collaborators