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54). The themes of ‘informal segregation’ and ‘polite cooperation’ emerged as significant factors in the harmony that was achieved at Grandin. The pattern of informal segregation was apparent in classes or during special activities where students chose their own seats; during free time when students congregated to play games; and at breakfast and lunch tables. The authors maintained that ‘in spite of official concern over percentages of blacks and whites in classrooms and the subsequent effects on the formal system, evidence of separation of groups by social race was found at the informal level’ (p.
Strategies for enhancing a nonthreatening interview situation included joking about the size of the microcassette recorder, playing tapes at various speeds, and a guarantee that interviewees would have an opportunity to listen to and respond to the views that they had expressed during their interviews. All interviews took place in a library storeroom with both interviewer and interviewee at the participant’s level at a small circular table. All interviews were audio recorded using a voice-activated microcassette recorder, and later transcribed.
To demonstrate how an observer could study the mobile and unpredictable behavior of gangs in a natural setting’ (Renshaw, 1981, p. 2), Thrasher developed new observational methods of participant observation. Moreno’s (1934) ‘classic’ sociometry for studying children’s social choices, the sociometric test, was a method for studying children’s social choices. According to Hartup (1983), ‘no invention has had a greater impact on students of social psychology’ (p. 106). Though Moreno (1934) is acknowledged as having made the most enduring contribution to the sociometric tradition, scholars such as Koch (1933) and Bott (1934) made significant contributions to this tradition during its fledgling period in the early 1930s.
Children's Friendships In Culturally Diverse Classrooms (The World of Childhood and Adolescence) by James G. Deegan