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Explaining the myth of homogeneity

Explaining the myth of homogeneity

Author: Jaafar El Tassa
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To explain the myth of homogeneity in comparative research as discussed by Stanfield (1993a).

The myth of homogeneity lies in the assumption of similarities within (not between) groups that are being compared.

 

Stanfield, J. H., II. (1993a). Epistemological considerations. In J. H. Standfield II & R. M. Dennis (Eds.) Race and ethnicity in research methods (pp. 16-36). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

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To explain the myth of homogeneity in comparative research as discussed by Stanfield (1993a).

Recorded via Explain Everything App by MorrisCooke on an Apple iPad 2.

I do not own the idea of what is presented here, original work by Stanfield (1993a) on the myth of homogeneity can be found in the source cited below.

Source: Stanfield, J. H., II. (1993a). Epistemological considerations. In J. H. Standfield II & R. M. Dennis (Eds.) Race and ethnicity in research methods (pp. 16-36). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.