Death of Depth?
Understanding the obvious beyond the obvious

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Author(s): Oliver Schieleit, Ayobamidele Gn├Ądig
Collection: Qualitative 2006
Keywords: In-Depth Interviews, Observational Research, Projective Techniques, Focus Groups

ESOMAR Excellence Award Winner - Best Paper 2006/2007
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This paper provocatively questions the 'depth ethos' so often determining today’s qualitative research.
 
The psychological primacy in qualitative research can be a barrier to generating inspiring and valuable insights by disregarding consumer reality as superficial and 'untrue'.The authors advocate an approach that generates insights via a thorough understanding and interpretation of the supposed 'obvious', combining the perspectives of ethnography, cultural analysis and linguistic learnings as a starting point for contemporary qualitative research.

While not claiming the death of psychology-oriented research, the authors stress other valuable approaches outside the principle of 'going deeper'.




Date of publication: 08.10.2006
ISBN: 92-831-0199-5
Order Code: ESOMAR_paper_S314_08_Gnaedig_Schieleit.pdf
Number of pages: 13

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