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We might use focus groups, for instance, when it is key to understand naturalistic language and interactions. People’s natural language, their facial expressions and body language, and the ways in which group dynamics unfold can all reveal a lot about implicit attitudes. For a seasoned qualitative researcher, being physically able to observe people can trigger great insight.

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