Tuesday, 16 June 2015.
Ethnographic observation is a study that is carried out with the help of open resource issues to collect data on the participants. Such studies call into question the way in which people perceive their environment, as well as being a model or an idea of significant events in their lives. This ethnographic design explores the natural, cultural learning process and uses children as an ethnographic model. This type of research is a methodical process, which includes various stages. Ethnographic observation is carried out by various types of interviews. Interviews of this kind were public interviews, interviews for interviews and an informal conversation on dialogue. This means that in order for the interview to be effective in gathering information, they should follow the steps outlined in the methodological process. The Ethnographic Observation I conducted was done in the following steps
The first step is access to the ethnographic observation parameter. This means that surveillance, which must be successful, must be able to access the target population in an environment that is being investigated by the researcher. This is related to access to the environment in which children are learning. It is then necessary to ensure a full understanding of the culture and language of the respondents. Failure to do so will not effectively complete the ethnographic examination. The researcher must also be competent to decide how to present himself as a researcher. This is important to ensure that the researcher has been accepted by the target eers for cooperation. In carrying out this study, I was able to present myself in a friendly way so that children could easily be identified through their routine procedures as well as in the learning environment
It is also important that the researcher ascertain that he or she identifies a cooperative informant. This is an important moment
After completing the steps above, the final step includes creating a port and developing good trust between the research and respondents. It is also necessary to ensure that the research process is effective and conducted in accordance with the correct procedures. The questions will then be appropriately structured to ensure that the researcher receives the relevant information and will not be distracted by improvisational issues. After this, listen and maintain the poll records that will be used to collect the data. Failure to pay for this action could affect unprecedented problems, such as the distortion of information and the collection of unnecessary data. The final step includes the collection of relevant materials. This is essential to ensure that only correct information is gathered in accordance with the guidelines for the study of ethnographic observations
This ethnographic design was studied in a natural, cultural learning process and used children as an ethnographic model. I decided to use a young child as an ethnographic model for an audience without a background in ethnography or in anthropology. It should be noted, however, that children learn through observation and take measures and things that their parents, brothers and sisters and other people behave. My research has shown that little kids are doing what the old people do, and that affects how they behave from tender age. I had to create a port without affecting the behavior of the children. A large number of children were found to be heavily dependent on the reaction of their mothers during the observation. However, another percentage, which has been working with their fathers, has also shown that they like to copy their fathers. In addition, a significant number of respondents indicated that they were imitating their older brothers and sisters. Studies have also shown that some of their behaviour is also highly dependent on their colleagues in schools and their teachers. This shows that the process of educating children depends largely on what they interact with