1. What would your research question be?;2. Would you conduct this using a naturalistic or participant observation model?;3. What are some ethical concerns of observation research models in general and how can you plan around those in this study?.;Throughout this course, many opportunities are available to post an initial response to a;Discussion topic as well as to respond to your classmates responses. After you have;completed the reading, and without reviewing your classmate's responses, post your;initial response to the following Discussion. Your post should be at least 200350 words;in length and should extend the discussion of the group supported by your course;materials and/or other appropriate resources. After you have submitted your initial post;review some of your classmates posts and respond to at least 2 of your classmates.;Refer to your Discussion Board Rubric in your Syllabus for specific grading;requirements.;Child Development;You have been working with the Head Start program for the past two years and have;noticed something interesting. In the waiting room, there seems to be two types of;prevalent behaviors: either parents playing directly with children, or parents and children;completely ignoring each other. You wonder if these patterns of social behaviors;correspond to the interactions seen in your office. You want to conduct some research;to better understand your clients interactive behaviors between parent and child. You;decide to do this by observing waiting room behaviors in some manner.;1. What would your research question be?;2. Would you conduct this using a naturalistic or participant observation;model?;3. What are some ethical concerns of observation research models in general;and how can you plan around those in this study?;This is a discussion question and can be 200 to 350 words.
Paper#24358 | Written in 18-Jul-2015Price : $37