Ako sa z výskumníka stáva domorodec a z domorodca zase výskumník. Ako sa (ne)robí výskum vo vlastnej sociálnej skupine

Variant title
How a researcher goes native and a native becomes a researcher: How (not) to do research within your own social group
Author: Dolník, Peter
Source document: Dolník, Peter. Když výzkum, tak kvalitativní : serpentinami bádání v terénu. Editor: Pavlásek, Michal; Editor: Nosková, Jana. Vyd. 1. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, , Etnologický ústav AV ČR, Praha – pracoviště Brno, 2013, pp. 63-75
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63-75
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Article
Language
Slovak
Description
In my research I take up ethnographic studies of student radio stations. I am interested what young people learn besides getting ready for the world of media, and mainly the development of a young person in such a group. As a researcher, I realized that I would get much deeper into the problem by becoming a member of the studied group. I reflect on how I adapted to the selected group using three strategies. These changed over time as I rose in the group's social hierarchy. Beginning as a novice, I quickly became the radio station's director; from a visitor I turned into a native. My research changed with me. The advantages and dangers this approach can yield are the subject of my reflections on the course of this research.
Note
Tento článok vznikol vďaka projektu Škola: výzkum vnitřních procesů a vnějších podmínek jejího fungování (GD406/09/H040). Autor ďakuje za poskytnutú podporu.
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