n how people would direct me to the appropriate person to talk to, how he or she considers my request and on what basis they would decide on covering it or not.
I think others would be curious about my taking notes, get scared or more cautious of what they are going to say, & at the same time would lead to eventually asking me the reason why I do so. On my behalf, I would feel like I am somewhat trespassing their privacy and at the same time concerned about getting only filtered information. These feelings could interfere with my ability to as much as possible be a conversationalist during my encounters with people and hinder me from asking important questions that would give me significant insights about my study on how news is digested and then shared to the public.
Conducting the research: I would walk-in the public hospital pretending to be with someone who is in need of immediate attention and medical care. I would like to know whether the policy system in the specific public hospital works in a “pay-first” scheme regardless of emergency/patient condition.
I think that the proposal to conduct an observational study at a certain restaurant to get to know customer reactions to the food selection offered is something that would not give an in-depth experiment. This is because of the fact that blending in in a restaurant may be easy especially because people are busy eating which would make it easy to do. However, being able to get significant insights on what people think of the food based on their facial reactions is not strong enough to come up with a strong argument since the act of eating is usually and mainly the same for everyone. It would be better if one could actually talk to them about the food and ask them questions like “do you think the food’s price is worth the experience it gives you?”
The article is basically discussing the effects of children’s exposure to TV violence that resulted to a more aggressive behavior of children