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Don’t research participants act differently when they know you’re watching?

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07 November 2022
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In physics, the “observer effect” is seen as a problem. In social sciences, however, the observer is simply another person in the room. This post discusses how no social phenomena occur in isolation.

Andrea Renee Leone Pizzighella

Andrea Leone-Pizzighella is a language teacher-turned-researcher working on better understanding how school works. An educational linguist by training, her research in secondary schools sits at the nexus of linguistics, anthropology, and education sciences. Her current project as a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow is a participatory action research project at two middle schools in Northern Italy.

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https://doi.org/10.57708/b143339370
Leone Pizzighella, A. R. Don’t research participants act differently when they know you’re watching? . https://doi.org/10.57708/B143339370

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