ويلاحظ على هذه التعريفات عدة ملاحظات منها: A number of observations are noted on these definitions Section Articles

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Sana Qamar1

Abstract

Observation is used in the social sciences as a method for collecting data about people, processes, and cultures. Observation, particularly participant observation, has been the hallmark of much of the research conducted in anthropological and sociological studies and is a typical methodological approach of ethnography. It is also a tool used regularly to collect data by teacher researchers in their classrooms, by social workers in community settings, and by psychologists recording human behaviour. In this chapter, the objectives are to: provide a brief historical view of observations as a data collection method, illustrate how observations may be used to collect data, discuss the advantages, disadvantages, and limitations of observation methods,  show how to develop observation guides, discuss how to record observation data in field notes, and  provide exercises to assist students in practicing their observation skills. 

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How to Cite
Sana Qamar1. (2020). ويلاحظ على هذه التعريفات عدة ملاحظات منها: : A number of observations are noted on these definitions. Al-Qirtas, 3(2), 21-25. Retrieved from http://al-qirtas.com/index.php/Al-Qirtas/article/view/144