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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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Commercial Photographer Every day, we see pictures in magazines, newspapers, billboards, and even on the front of cereal boxes. These images are the work of a commercial photographer. Commercial photographer can work in a wide variety of industries, such as in television, newspapers, advertising, and photo studios are only some of the available areas. Love to many photographers to be in the position where their work is used for covers of magazines and mass advertising, but usually only the most talented and professional commercial photographers manage to reach this position. Some professional photographers are contacted by agents to make portraits of the main actors and music stars, but have generally worked very hard to reach the top of his profession. Commercial photographer must know the trade inside and outside, since the creation of the perfect image, until the development of photography in the laboratory. Photographers also they should be trained in aspects of lighting, backdrops for photographs in particular, and all aspects of digital photography. Computers are now an important component in photography and professional photographers must be up to date in this area. Although many people have a working photographer without having carried out studies for this, many universities offer degrees and diplomas in the field of photography and are able to offer excellent training in all aspects of the field. A commercial photographer in search of employment must have a sample with your best photos to show all their skills and their talent. It is also a good idea to have a site on the Internet where you can have a gallery with some of their best photographic works, in this way, photographs can be sent easily as samples for employers. It is common that time professional photographers wishing to specialize in a field in particular, this can range from...