Dear diary case study
From: Steven T.
Category: self introduction
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Austin Hutton's hands were shaking a little when he got the package, a portal to the past tucked into a plain manila envelope. It was like getting a window on your childhood. The diary was one of dozens, forgotten by the students but held onto by their teacher for decades, that are now making their way across the country. But the effort to reunite them with their now-grownup authors has left more than a few people feeling "goose bumpy" with appreciation.
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Diary studies is a research method that collects qualitative information by having participants record entries about their everyday lives in a log, diary or journal about the activity or experience being studied. This research tool, although not being able to provide results as detailed as a true field study , can still offer a vast amount of contextual information without the costs of a true field study. Traditionally diary studies involved participants keeping a written diary of events.