Part 1: Introduce yourself to your classmates with your name, location, current employment, and future goals.
Part 2: As you have learned in this lesson, it is not unusual for researchers to naturally adopt a methodology (quantitative or qualitative) that is consistent with their own worldview. Explain your worldview when it comes to research.
Please include the name of the person or question to which you are replying in the subject line. For example, “Tom’s response to Susan’s comment.”
Further, Federigo, in the story “Federigo’s Falcon,” portrays a dynamic character. At first, Federigo is a wealthy man who uses all his riches to woe the lady he loves, Monna Giovanna. The lavish spending makes Federigo poor, forcing him to shift to his small farm with his only possession, the falcon. According to Boccaccio (par. 1), Federigo did not think that his wealth would finish at any point in his life, thus portraying a careless trait that drove him to poverty in wanting to please a woman. This example reflects Federigo’s dynamic character because after realizing that the little he had could not sustain his livelihood in the city, he moved to his small farmhouse at Campi. Due to living in poverty and having lost his only falcon to