Research Design This study will use a qualitative, descriptive research methodology. Qualitative research can be defined as an overarching concept of several forms of research which help to illuminate and explain the meaning of phenomenon in social settings (Merriam, 1998). The data collection methodologies included in qualitative research are observations, interviews, and analysis of written documents and artifacts (Patton, 2002). The interview using the guide questions will allow for greater analysis of individual depth and detail. The case study method is the preferred choice of methodology given that it allows the researcher to explore additional avenues of information that may arise in the case study of the participating higher education institution (HEI).
Even with evidence practice decision making is crucial depend upon each situation. Human beings are different in nature. So as each practitioner’s qualities are different. Furthermore, evidence-based practice appears to share very similar definitions,
This study relied on the questionnaire as another key method of data collection, because it identifies and captures questions about a subject. For this particular study, the survey consisted of both closed ended and open-ended questions. Unlike the IDIs where the researcher wanted have insights , in the survey , there were more closed ended questions to ensure only the needed information was provided. Open-ended questions served as a way of clarifying points and perceptions that were not clear enough in other studies or for the researcher. Overall, the survey questions served as a guide and to give the researcher information that will
The open feedback explains that since I base my communication on facts and evidence that has the impact to the trust and credibility. The feedback also indicates that I am open for dialogue with various topics, but can be seen sometimes too “theoretic/academic” by others. As a summary, I believe that my peer's evaluation is quite well in line with my own assessment and by combining the two assessments, there is a good foundation to identify the needed development areas to work with. Examples of communication ups and
The problem of fidelity stands important in this regard. The idea of "fidelity" to the prior text is often driven by the directly comparative method of study. Hutcheon argues that there are many and varied motives behind adaptation and few involve faithfulness (13). According to Thomas Leitch in The Oxford Handbook of Adaptation Studies (2017), one of the starting points of a way forward (as a follow-up to Hutcheon’s formulations) is to consider adaptation as an autonomous act and not to focus only on source texts. Hutcheon‘s theoretical perspective is both “formal” and “experiential” which helps to dig out different aspects from both mediums.
Research philosophy Research philosophy lay down the background of how researchers understand the world, the choice of research philosophy reflect our knowledge, experiences, preconceptions, and research capability. Thus our knowledge, experiences and etc., which underpin the philosophy choice, will determine our research paradigm, strategy, design and method. (Saunders et al., 2009, p. 128-129). When Bryman describes ontology view, he introduces the objectivism and constructivism as two antithetical dimensions. (p22) However, Saunders 2009 p.119 advocates that positivism can be understood through both ontology and epistemology views.
However, the DHA should avoid the combination of theoretically incompatible scientific resources. This is one of the main theoretical challenges. Furthermore, many new discourse-related social phenomena need to be investigated in systematic and detailed ways from the perspective of this
Chen (2007) introduced the topic by defining a particular type of culture (subculture). He also specified the target audience of his study and its region, which made it easier for a researcher to understand and follow his point. I found it very beneficial for my paper, because it included all the information I needed to support my
These are a perfect fit for RunAMOK to choose for conducting their research. Focus groups are a form of research in which a group of people are asked about their perceptions, opinions, beliefs, and attitudes towards a product, service, concept, advertisement, idea, or packaging. When using focus groups the questions asked by the moderator will stimulate a conversation, which in turn will lead to data and insights which would be less achievable without the group setting. Using this method RunAmok can stimulate memories, ideas and experiences in other participants which could yield exciting ideas for the business to avail of. Also by obtaining people’s views who are not directly involved in the business, any problems or potential problems can be ironed out before they become a real issue.
The premises are major assumptions of deductive reasoning, it may be assumptions the argument is built on; or to look at it in another way, and the reasons for accepting the argument. Next, the evidence, it is to help draw the conclusion. If the premises are general, then the evidences are some more specific information. The premise and evidence must be in accordance with the objective reality, or there would not have a right conclusion. In the process of writing, first, it should be introduce with factual information as a premise and bring the evidence that helps draw the conclusion.