Language is a reflective tool whereby humans make sense of their thoughts and actions. Through language use we also enter an interactional space that has been partly already shaped for us, a world in which some distinctions seem to matter more than others, a world where every choice we make is partly contingent on what happened before and contributes to the definition of what will happen next. (Duranti, 1997, p. 5).
Acknowledging that communication and translation are social acts, researcher also recognizes that interpretivism proposes that there are multiple realities within the social realm, not single realities of phenomena, and that these realities can differ across time and place (Tsuhnet, 1983).
Thus, the following limitations will be present in the proposed study:
- Qualitative research is neither prescriptive nor definitive (Bogdan & Bilken, 2010). While the study may provide noteworthy data about the culture and education of Afghan interpreters which may, in turn, prompt new research questions, narrative studies do not attempt to be predictive of future behaviors.
- Narrative inquiries do not necessarily lend themselves to replication and are not usually meant for generalizing.
- The time it takes to build trust among respondent(s) that facilitates full and honest self-representation is unpredictable and varied, to say the least because respondent may rely on her/his subjective perception on the processes to be undertaken toward the fulfillment of this research. Besides, the researcher recognize potential bias and prejudice as an Afghan national with subjective perception on war against terror—a campaign waged by group of nations in regions which circumstantially included there own nation.
- Researcher bias can enter into data collection and analysis. Analyzing narrative details of the respondents on their experiences and learning as translators of ISAF is dependent on researcher’s subjective perception, hence may sacrifice or limit objectivity.
- The purposive sampling decreases the generalizability of findings.
- The analysis will be subject to other interpretations. Assertions will vary according to perspective and understanding.
- Construct validity is especially problematic in case study research because of investigator subjectivity (Tellis, 1997).
- Meaning-making may be compromised by the lack of available peer-reviewed literature concerning the ‘case’ of this study.
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