Dornyei (2007) stated that a semi-structured interview is apt when the researcher has sufficient knowledge of the phenomenon to develop questions in advance. Semi-structured in-depth interviews also allowed the researchers to have a more direct contact with the participants and it is through this interaction between interviewer and interviewee that knowledge is produced (Kvale & Brinkmann, 2009, p.
I compared the CIPD Chart against my own capabilities. In Band one, So l have to be widely knowledgeably about: Report Writing I need to learn more about report writing to prepare reports that inform, persuade and provide information for the management to employees and how to proofread my work to be conﬁdent it is clear, concise, complete and correct, to learn the value of good written communication. I can learn about report writing by attending course in Tylos Human Development Institute. - Recruitment and Selection Interview Skills I need to learn how I can comprehend the value of magnetizing employees and generating valid work characteristics. And to understand the body language of the interviewee.
SYSTEMATICITIES IN SEMANTIC CHANGE OF ARABIC WORDS IN URDU: A paper was published in a journal ‘Language in India’ (2013) by ‘Farah Khan’ entitled ‘Systematicities in semantic change of Arabic words in Urdu’. From this article researcher has tried to give an important information on how word meanings changes from one language to another on the basis of truth conditional semantics 4.3. SEMANTIC CHANGE OF WORDS ENTERED INTO ANOTHER LANGUAGR THROGH THE PROCESS OF LANGUAGE BORROWING: A CASE STUDY OF ARABIC WORDS IN BENGALI: In this paper researcher ‘Mahade Hasan et al’ has tried to figure out the different aspect of semantic change what Arabic word has undergone in Bengali. 4.4. LEXICAL BORROWINGS FROM ARABIC AND SEMANTIC CHANGE IN URDU: A CROSS LINGUISTIC
A research methodology addresses the subjects of research design, sources of data, technique for collecting the data, and data analysis. This study will employ interpretivism and positivism as research paradigms. This is because both qualitative and quantitative research methods were used for the interviews, questionnaires, and observation in gathering and analysing the data that were collected. According to Creswell (2014) quantitative and qualitative approaches are the two basic paradigms of research. Both these methods are essential to the research process but Connaway and Powell (2010:117) point out that they require some common and some different skills.
Therefore, a focus was put, in this fieldwork, additionally on a qualitative analysis. The qualitative analysis, on the other hand, is believed to provide an insightful understanding of a particular event; it tends to be explanatory in nature describing and explaining some phenomenon such those related to the subjects’ opinions and experiences. In this respect, Cohen et al., (2007: 461) argue: Qualitative data analysis involves organizing, accounting for and explaining the data; in short, making sense of data in terms of the participants’ noting patterns, themes, categories and regularities In this research, qualitative analysis was undertaken to analyse some research instruments namely the teachers’ interview and the learners’ questionnaire consisting of those items that opened the floors to the participants to express themselves freely. It was meant out to explore and explain some events. With reference to this present investigation, findings gathered from different research procedures were analyzed through the examination of three main phases, they are: • Pre- training phase; • While training phase • Post-training
Qualitative research is a type of scientific research that focusses on finding answers to questions. There are many advantages derived from to answers obtained from open-ended questions like: The response is meaningful and culturally salient Rich and explanatory answers Not anticipated or expected by the researcher It is a research that involves collecting information about personal experiences, life story, interviews, observations, interactions and visual text. This research is mainly done to understand in depth the characteristics of the situation and the meaning brought by participants and what is happening to them in a particular situation. Qualitative research usually measures :- Personal experience, values and beliefs
Furthermore interview design, advantages of interview along with some information about the interviewees is discussed. The validity and reliability of this study is provided in the last of this chapter. 3.1 Research Approach Research is a systematic investigation that is used to find the answers for questions raised whereas methodology is a system of rules that are explicit and built upon which the research is based and against which the claims for knowledge
MEANING AND CHANGE OF MEANING WITH SPECIAL REFERNCE TO THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE: Author has explained the factors of meaning change from different perspective in his book. The researcher gives the conceptual overview on change of meaning from his work. 1.3.3. “AN INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF LANGUAGE” AND “LANGUAGE” Bloomfield has a dynamic role in this field, in his two books he has discussed every aspect of semantic change. 1.3.4.
al (2011) Qualitative research is an approach that allows you to examine peoples’ assumptions and paradigms. The importance of reflexivity and how to practise it is described using field examples. Qualitative research can be used for a wide range of applications. Qualitative methods are typically used for providing an in-depth understanding of research issues that embraces the perspectives of the study population and the context in which they live. Qualitative research is useful for exploring new topics or understanding complex issues; for explaining people’s beliefs and behaviour and for identifying the social or cultural norms of a culture or society.
Reviewing literature related to the field of study helps the researcher as well as the reader to understand the subject clearly and identify what research has been done related to the chosen field of study. Researcher can also use these gathered information to analyze and evaluate data. 2.2