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Participant observation (covert) In covert participant observation the researcher conceals their true identity and becomes part of the group they are trying to study in order to achieve the greatest level of truth and understanding possible. There are two main beneﬁts of this; ﬁrstly it avoids the presence of the researcher consciously or subconsciously causing those being observed to behave differently, and secondly it allows the researcher to enter ‘closed’ groups. A ‘closed’ group is a group of people, who are not necessarily willing to subject themselves to the scrutiny of others, or one in which outsiders might be forbidden.
We really do not wish to generalize here, but in our experience, if you want to set up a new service you will need to prove that it will not cost signiﬁcantly more, or even make a saving. We will therefore cover here the process of projected cost analysis. nhs finances Unfortunately, this subject does require a short diversion into NHS ﬁnances, which are very complicated. You will need to know how your current service is funded and how much it costs. Our very ﬁrst recommendation, and probably the most important thing for an analysis of this nature is this: make friends with your Trust accountants.
This description might include the norms of that culture, its style of interactions and communication, its important events, and the assumptions that its members hold. g. Mead (26)). However, culture can refer to any social group that has a shared identity, which itself is socially constructed and transmitted within that group. For example, you are still considering the experience of people who hear voices and are concerned with how the cultures around those people impact on them. You decide that to wholly capture this experience you need to fully describe the cultures around voice hearers and feel that an ethnographic approach would be most suitable.