The use of the Internet to gather data, produce and report research has changed the face of the fields of education and research. This paper will present a method for combining electronic on-line media and Delphi methodology to begin the process of ethnographic research with participant inclusion, informed consent, data gathering by discourse facilitation, and preparation for coding. The use of a reflecting team by the research group provides impetus for second round responses by participants. Methods, format, a case study and an evaluation of the process will be presented.
Delphi, Electronic Research, Ethnography, Narrative Therapy, On-line Research, Postmodern Research, and Reflecting Teams
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Edwards, J. K. (2003). Beginning On-Line Delphi Ethnographic Research: The BOLDER Method. The Qualitative Report, 8(2), 257-285. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2003.1891