Hello fellow classmates and instructor,
With my feed of study it can be a lot to handle, between catching bad guys and stopping crime whether it be heinous crimes that deal with significant violence or just assault and battery this can all be a lot of work. I noticed though after going each week in this course that a mixture of qualitative as well as mixed methods methodology has a lot to do with my field of study whether it be one on one interview or the collecting of data which could be evidence to the crime being investigated there was always one of these methodologies involved with the criminal justice field. I would have to say though that the main one that would be used would be most likely the qualitative methodology as there is a lot of interviewing that takes place in this field, whether it being interviewing someone for a job, or interviewing someone for a crime they may have done, and even the interviewing of a witness that seen a crime either way one on one interview or informational interviews get explained a lot.
Then, choose two peers who are studying a social science field different from yours. As you review your peers’ initial posts, answer at least two of the following questions as you compare patterns of methodology choices in their social science and yours:
- Do you see other limits in their social science that they did not identify?
- What might the impact of those limits be?
- How do the methodology and data types preferred by their social science compare to those preferred by yours? Are there overlaps? Major differences?
- What do you see as the impact of these preferences, and is there something that could be gained in their social science if they were to embrace some of the methodologies and data types used by your social science?
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