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'''Observation methods''' are [[research methods]] used in both natural and managed settings where ratings are taken on the basis of perceived behavior by [[observers]] who not actively involved in the setting themselves.Examples include:
 
'''Observation methods''' are [[research methods]] used in both natural and managed settings where ratings are taken on the basis of perceived behavior by [[observers]] who not actively involved in the setting themselves.Examples include:
   
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*[[covert participant observation]]
 
*[[Field work]]
 
*[[Field work]]
 
*[[Mass observation]]
 
*[[Mass observation]]
 
*[[Naturalistic observation]]
 
*[[Naturalistic observation]]
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*[[Non-participant observation]]
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*[[Participant observation]]
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

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Observation methods are research methods used in both natural and managed settings where ratings are taken on the basis of perceived behavior by observers who not actively involved in the setting themselves.Examples include:

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