Tipping Case

Published: 2021-06-29 07:05:31
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INTRODUCTION
Our observation project is a product of inductive research based off of our unstructured observation. In our unstructured observation we were at a bar and noticed that many more males were tipping the bartender then females. When we decided to carry out our actually research for the project we wanted it to be an ethnographic study. We wanted to study people in a natural setting, but if we saw people we knew or if we were approached by people were asking us what we were doing we would omit their behaviors from our research because it could potentially influence their actions. Through these observations we developed the hypothesis that males were more likely to tip a bartender then females were.
METHODS
Sampling:
We conducted our research in the Dark Horse Tavern in downtown Cortland, New York. We chose to make our observations on Monday night because there are drink/food specials, as well as football, and we believed this would draw a college student crowd to the bar. On September 19th we chose to carry out the research between the hours of 9:00 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. The bar was filled with a variety of age groups, so in an attempt to narrow down our sample we chose to observe people that appeared to be college students. In order to prevent our presence from tampering with their actual behavior we chose to omit any person that approached us with questions about what we were doing and also people we know that were aware of the current study.

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