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Even if we could assume that every ethnographer was equally capable of getting as involved as he or she wanted, and of always having an exquisite sense of just how involved that should be, there are other constraints on the extent to which one can engage in or observe human behavior. (Wolcott, p. 193) Wolcott here alludes to institutional constraints, such as those imposed particularly by the strict rules of schools. It follows that each researcher has the job of defining what the term ‘participant-observer’ means within the particular circumstances of a specific study, and to make that public: I think it is fair to ask anyone who claims title as a participant-observer to provide a fuller description about how each facet—participant, observer, and the precarious nexus between them—is to be played out in an actual research setting.
I’ve been doing this all my life…. I had a pretty fine tuned instrument in my own observational skills’. Spradley (1980) likens participant observation to what we do when we encounter the unfamiliar social situation. He gives this example from his own life: I recall the day I was inducted into the United States Army. I reported to the induction center feeling like a stranger among all the other draftees and military personnel. As I took the oath of allegiance, underwent a physical exam, listened to orientation lectures, and left for Fort Ord, California, I frequently felt at a loss as to how to conduct myself.
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