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Research Qualitative Ethnographic An ethnographic qualitative research evaluative criteria. Broadly different authors, among them Goetz and LeCompte, (1988) identified five attributes or criteria of quality, whose competition contribute to the worth of any investigation and therefore a qualitative and ethnographic study. These attributes are: clarity, significance, property, comprehension, credibility and creativity or unique character. The clarity and significance are the fundamental criteria to evaluate the quality of research purposes. Clarity is related to the proper specification in the design of the intentions of the researcher and his relationship with the findings. When the purpose and the research issues are articulated clearly the focal point becomes the significance. This is determined by the extent to which a study brings something to the existing knowledge and is applicable to the discipline to which it belongs. Also, an investigation is also significant if it brings new perspectives to studies already carried out and when he perfects, verifies or confirms existing knowledge through comparative or explanatory designs. The property attribute is the degree of suitability of the research model used, participants and selected scenarios for specific purposes and questions raised by the researcher. In relation to the evaluation of the criteria of credibility and comprehension of the methods, they depend on the quality of the data contained in the investigation report. Consequently, it is important that the data are sufficiently dense and representative of the reality under examination, should consist of direct quotations from the participants and descriptions of activities, events and other phenomena in concrete terms and in the language used by the participants. Another important point with regard to the criterion of credibility has to do with the relationship between the results achieved and their justification from the data collected and the way in which they were obtained. For its part, Lincoln and Guba (1992),...
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Miletus Philosophy PHILOSOPHY of Physics Scientist noticed a very interesting quality in the philosophers, which has allowed me to develop some deductions. This last concept we train some definitions. For some thinkers deduction is the method that teaches us the correct way to lift us to the more abstract concepts that may exist. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Angus King. Which are called universal, i.e. the more unknown to men. For this reason the more often we observe that some deductions are very far from the experience, which is not to say that they staying away in its entirety from the reality of things. This is the quality of the philosopher: with the passing of the years the philosopher acquires the understanding that allows you to analyze and modify the causes of scientific principles. These observations have led me to the conclusion that both physics and philosophy are the result of a scientific mind which has been manifested in the same course of history. This is what I will try to demonstrate, so we'll look at the ancient pre-Socratic thinkers. As we know the first of them was such of Mileto (546 625 BC) the historical testimonies allow us to appreciate the scientific spirit of antiquity. This thinker founded philosophy in Greece. And what several centuries later did some men, as it is the case of predicting an eclipse of the Sun. Wasn't anything new to the historical framework, since the pages written by humanity were not blank because in them we found evidence of that Tales of Miletus predicted an eclipse of the Sun occurred on 28 May of the year 585 AC: which shows us that it was not an accident caused by the chance and if a live example of knowledge of the scientific causes that...