Longitudinal Studies PDF

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RUNNING HEAD: Research MethodologyResearchMethodology
Research Methodology1ContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................3Research Ontology...........................................................................................................................3Research Philosophy........................................................................................................................3Positivism.....................................................................................................................................4Realism.........................................................................................................................................4Interpretivism...............................................................................................................................4Research Philosophy Selection and Justification............................................................................4Research Approach..........................................................................................................................4Deductive Research Approach type.............................................................................................4Inductive Research Approach type..............................................................................................4Research Approach selection and Justification............................................................................5Research Design..............................................................................................................................5Qualitative Research Design........................................................................................................5Quantitative Research Approach.................................................................................................5Mixed Methods Research Design................................................................................................5Research Design selection and justification.................................................................................5Research Strategy............................................................................................................................6Research Strategies Selection and Justification...........................................................................6Time Horizon...................................................................................................................................6Cross-Sectional Study..................................................................................................................6Longitudinal Studies....................................................................................................................6Time Horizon Selection and Justification....................................................................................6Data Collection Methods.................................................................................................................6Data Collection Methods Selection and Justification..................................................................7
Research Methodology2Size of Population in research.........................................................................................................7Techniques of Sampling..................................................................................................................8Random Sampling........................................................................................................................8Sample Sizing..............................................................................................................................8Purposive Sampling.....................................................................................................................8Code of Ethics..................................................................................................................................8What is Quality?..............................................................................................................................8References......................................................................................................................................10
Research Methodology3Research MethodologyIntroductionResearch Methodology can be defined as the backbone of a research which enables a researcherto conduct a perfect research by deciding the method to be applied along with the reason for itsapplication.The individual parts of epistemology, ontology, research approach, research philosophy andresearch methodology constitutes a research methodology framework. All the structural detailslike the nature and intention of the research, methods, philosophies, etc. are included to make it acomplete research.Moreover, method classification is made for the purpose of conducting this research. Suitableresearch paradigm has been chosen by the researcher and justification has been provided for thesame.Research OntologyThe term ontology can be defined as the engagement of the series of philosophies for socialscience, natural science, arts and humanities. This term is basically connected with research andacts as the assumptions regarding the nature of reality for the purpose of study of things and isknown as ontological view. Ontology are of two kinds- objectivism and subjectivism.Objectivism is the presence of social truths that are self-determining and not related with anyother social factors but reliant onto the using of quantifiable and recognizable factors. On theother side, subjectivism is the realism which is prejudiced by the outlooks, emotions and othersocial factors. Therefore, the following research is considered to be objectivism of ontologysince measurable facts like literature reviews are used for the purpose of this research and is notaffected by feelings and emotions of the researcher.Research PhilosophyResearch philosophy is the consideration of the ways for the collection of data, analysis,evaluation and implementation of a particular occurrence in the case scenario. Researchphilosophy are of three types- positivism, realism and interpretivism.
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