Define multiple possible realities that might be constructed by different individuals for your problem?

  1. Selecting quantitative and/or qualitative approach(s)

In the second part of your second assignment, you select a quantitative and/or qualitative approach(s) for your research problem chosen in assignment 1. Rather than forming a preconception of the type of research methodology required for the problem, we consider the broadest range of options for the problem. Note that your specific research question may be only quantitative or qualitative or it may have both quantitative and qualitative components. Your answers for this section should not be less than 200 words!

 

  • Selecting a quantitative approach

For each of the following questions, based on the problem statement developed in assignment/tutorial 1, develop a brief written answer. These questions are all relate to characteristics typical of a problem requiring a quantitative methodology.

 

  1. Define an objective reality that can be measured for your problem?
  2. Describe how your research question (problem) is confirmatory/predictive?
  3. Give evidence that the available literature for your problem is large?
  4. Describe how your research does not need an in-depth study?
  5. Describe constraints that make it difficult to work with people (as subjects) on this problem?
  6. Describe factors that might dictate a high level of structure in this research?

  • Selecting a qualitative approach

For each of the following questions, based on the problem statement developed in tutorial 1, write a brief answer. These questions are all relate to characteristics typical of a problem requiring a qualitative methodology.

 

  1. Define multiple possible realities that might be constructed by different individuals for your problem?
  2. Describe how your research question (problem) is exploratory/interpretive?
  3. Give evidence that the available literature for your problem is limited?
  4. Describe how your research focus requires in-depth study?
  5. Describe factors that make it easy/feasible to work with people (as subjects) on this problem?
  6. Describe factors that might dictate a low level of structure in this research?
Considering your answers given to the questions in the subsection 2.1 and 2.2, do you think your research topic requires a quantitative or qualitative methodology or both?
 

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