How a researcher goes native and a native becomes a researcher: How (not) to do research within your own social group
Source document: . 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
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.
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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