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Is an ethno methodology puts limitation on research?

Is there something unique in surveys, as a sociological research method?

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Ethnomethodology

Ethnography is a qualitative approach. Scientists would involve themselves in fieldwork to amass data which usually comes in the end in the form of text. They will observe cultures and peoples as outsiders looking in and take note of conversations, speeches, narratives and utilizes other published work such as newspaper articles, TV interviews and other studies to inform their research. Historians using ethnography to study culture would also be very interested in recording oral histories of tribes and cultures. Now, what is important to remember is that ethnographers are ...

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The solution is a concise 538-word narrative the discussed ethnomethodology as a research method, in particular to answer the question of its limitations in research. Additionally, survey research is also explained and discussed. References are listed for expansion. A word version of the solution is attached for easy printing.

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