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Introduction
There is still a serious phenomenon of racism in Australia. In the paper Contemporary racism in Australia: the experience of Aborigines, the author mainly used qualitative method to analyze the range of racism in Australia. The author found that Aborigines suffered a lot of prejudge from other people (Mellor, 2003). This essay aims to assess how effectively this paper applies scientific methodologies to the topic of racism. It will discuss why the author chooses qualitative method to analyze the racism. In addition, the second part will discuss what other research methodology could be used. And why the method is suitable for the analysis.
 
Analysis of the methodology used: qualitative method
In this report, the author chooses the Aborigines, who are known as Korri in Australia as the participant. He totally chooses 18 women and 16 men. They are asked their experience of racism and how they feel when such a incident happened and their response. These questions aim to discover it Aborigines in Australia are suffering the racism or not? What the extent is? All of the answers are expressed by descriptive words. And the result was then sorted into four kinds. Why does the author choose the qualitative method? Firstly, the qualitative is the base method to analyze the issue. Researcher needs to make sure the quality of the problem; it helps them to better understand the issue (Mellor, 2003). Secondly, the method is simple and easy-ongoing, this suits the subjects. The author only needs to set several questions to understand the basic information of the participants. In addition, by the answers the participants gave, the author can summarize the regular pattern which helps to know better with the issue.
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Analysis of the conclusion and the earlier research
From the information taken from the participants, the author summarized the racism behavior into four kinds, including verbal racism, behavioral racism, discrimination, marco-level racism. And the report finally draws a conclusion that the Aborigines suffered enormous racism, the verbal racism and physical evilence. The analysis is wide-range and Systematic. It means that not only the usual people will treat the Aborigines unequally, but also the whole society especially the media promote the social trend. Some people treat them with no intention, just for some historical reason or the tradition. But for some people, they show an intended attack. Even in some service department, Aborigines are gained the racism treatment from the teachers, police or government officers. In the whole society, it has formed a trend of racism to colored people (Mellor, 2003,P??). In the process, the media does not play the fair power, but to expand the prejudge and imposes the discrimination to the colored people.
 
Mellor did the research and found the unfavorable position of Korri people. He showed the pity to the suffered people, and criticized the whole society and the people who discriminated the colored people. He found that the racism is not only a social problem, but also a cultural problem. He deeply pointed out the essence of the problem. The unfair treatment on education and employment of Aborigines people suffered are the result of the racism. However, such criticism is lack of the evidence. It can be said that such racism will bring the less chance, but the author can not charge these upon the racism. Because a group’s social position is determined by many factors, not just the racism (Mellor, 2003). But the author pointed out that the Aborigines people are out of the main-stream society, it is true. 

Explain!And examples.
 

Alternative research methodology: quantitative method 
The alternative research methodology that can be used is observation. Quantitative method is another good method to further analyze the issue. Quantitative research is to obtain the overall statistical results generally on the specific object. In the quantitative study, the information is represented by a number. In dealing with these figures and analysis, first of all is to make sure that the information is based on what measurement (Gibbons, 1997). Why to choose quantitative method? It is different from the qualitative method. Qualitative research is not the pursuit of accurate conclusions, but simply to know the problem lies, find out the situation, come to perceptual knowledge. But quantitative method is to find the quantitative relationship with different factors and to find which one is the important factor (Kothari, 2008).
 
In the report, the author can process the quantitative method. Firstly, the author can estimate which factors are the main elements. It can include the color, the gender, the age, the racism behavior, the extent. He can use the mathematical and econometric methods. He can present number with the fact, like from the degree of depth, the dark color represent 3, the light color represents 1, and the racism extent is represented by the number to, from the strong to little, are represented from 5 to 1. Then the author can set several questions to ask the participants what they feel from the racism. Then from the mathematical and econometric methods, the author can check out the relationship between the color and the feelings.
 
Conclusion
The essay mainly discuss the methodology used in the paper Contemporary racism in Australia: the experience of Aborigines. The author used the qualitative method in this paper. Qualitative analysis is to analyze the research object in the ‘quality’ aspect. People can understand the essence of things and reveal the internal principles from surface to inside. These questions set aim to ensure that the Aborigines in Australia are suffering the racism or not? And the report finally draws a conclusion that the Aborigines suffered enormous racism. And the alternative research methodology that the author can use is quantitative method. It helps find the quantitative relationship with different factors.

 
 
Add the author’s finding in conclusion!

References:
Berg, B.L. (2001), Qualitative research methods for the social sciences, 6th edition, Pearson/Allyn & Bacon, US
 
Gibbons, J.D. (1997),’ Nonparametric methods for quantitative analysis’, Journal of the Operational Research Society, 6(2), p47-48
 
Kothari, C.R. (2008), Research Methodology: Method and Techniques, 2nd edition, New Age International, US
 
Mellor, D. (2003), ‘Contemporary racism in Australia: the experience of Aborigines’, Personality and social psychology bulletin, 29(4), pp.474-486
 

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