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AbstractThis paper will talk about ethnography and how it relates to social work It will show the how and why of the ethnography study done at the US Marine Corps Exchange and what the student found to be true and untrueIntroductionThe student and her partner Becky Larson went to the US Marine Corps Exchange Food Court in Jacksonville North Carolina on March 20 2013 at lunch time The food court consists of several restaurants along the left wall and tables in the middle to the right wall of windows The subject being observed were adults ranging from young adult to older adults The adults being observed were in Levinson adult development According to Levinson There are four eras Early adult transition which begins in the later stages of era one ages seventeen to twenty-two Era two begins at age eighteen to forty five Era three is from ages forty to sixty-five and era four late adulthood sixty and up The life cycle moves through a series of four partially overlapping eras each of which last approximately twenty-two years Schriver 2010 Some of the subjects were in military uniforms and some were in civilian clothes They were both female and male subjects For the students observation gender did not play a role nor did military verses non-military The students question was about personal communication between people and does cell phone usage interfere with person communication According to Plant as cited by Campbell Russo 2003People generally have one of three responses when their mobile phone rings in social situations flight suspension or persistence Flight refers to removal from the social situation in order to take a phone call When one responds with suspension one remains in place but removal from the social engagement in order to take the phone call Persistence refers to a user taking a mobile call while staying engaged socially with what heshe was doing before the phone rang Campbell Russo 2003During
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