Name four benefits of using the life history method of qualitative research.

The aim of this assignment is for you to familiarise yourself with reading journal
articles and developing your academic writing skills.
The grading for this assessment is divided into two parts; peer feedback process and
final submission. More details noted below.
You are provided three journal articles. Under each question that needs to be
answered is the article that you will need to read in order to be able to answer that
question, as all answers are contained within the relevant article. In answering the
questions, remember that short, succinct, and precise answers are better than
answers that are vague and unfocussed. No answer should exceed more than half a
page of text (double spaced) or 125 words. All the articles are available on
Moodle.

1. How did the authors ensure a representative sample of American
Indians were involved in their study?
Reference ; Pace, T.M., Robbins, R.R., Choney, S.K., Hill, J.S., Lacey, K., & Blair, G. (2006).
A cultural-contextual perspective on the validity of the MMPI-2 with American
Indians. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 12(2), 320-333.

2. Name four benefits of using the life history method of qualitative
research.
Reference ; Labaree, R.V. (2006). Encounters with the library: Understanding experience
using the life history method. Library Trends, 55(1), 121-139.

3. What does the first research question mean?….

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