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INDUCTIVE • The Inductive approach to enquiry builds generalisations out of observations of specific events. Strategies of Qualitative Inquiry, Fourth Edition isolates the major strategies—historically, the research methods—that researchers can use in conducting concrete qualitative studies. Transformative inquiry strategy allows a researcher to employ a theoretical lens as a dominant perspective in a design that contains both qualitative and quantitative data. 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Survey research A quantitative method for which a researcher poses the same set of questions, typically in a written format, to a sample of individuals. Quantitative outcome research is mostly conducted in the social sciences using the statistical methods used above to collect quantitative data from the research study. 2. Methods used for quantitative data collection A data that can be counted or expressed in numerical’s constitute the quantitative data. cQ�����eqv{��L Es"��ӂt9�w�Z7L�"5�3����!����l� opposed to informal, intuitive kinds of inquiry—is the use of rationally grounded procedures to extend knowledge that a community of scholars regards as reliable and valid. Qualitative, Quantitative and Mixed Methods Approaches to Research and Inquiry Choosing a Research Strategy. Lm��I�(���9-�q���. One key piece of information to help determine whether to use a qualitative vs. quantitative research method is which phase of development the study is in. Qualitative research data collection Methods. Qualitative vs Quantitative Research. Quantitative research refers to the analysis wherein mathematical, statistical, or computational method is used for studying the measurable or quantifiable dataset. We’ve written an in-depth guide about the data collection methods you can use for both quantitative and qualitative research. It is commonly used to study the events or levels of concurrence. In-depth interview. Or, they can use one and then the other, or sequentially. Types of Narrative Studies One approach to narrative research is to differentiate types of narrative research by the analytic strategies used by authors. A research strategy (or methodology) is systematic process of how a research is conducted to solve an inquiry problem. %%EOF By completing an inquiry-based task at the end of the study, the participants demonstrated enhanced mental models by applying different inquiry strategies. By contrasting these two strategies I want to demonstrate how both strategies necessarily arise out of the respective research orientation and how deviations from the strategies result in grave damage to the quality of the respective research. 3. Polkinghorne (1995) Methods of Inquiry. Whether quantitative or qualitative methods are used, rigor is a desired goal that is met through specific verification strategies. an accessible book written for social scientists called Narrative Inquiry (Clandinin & Connelly, 2000) that addresses “what narrative researchers do” (p. 48). Quantitative and qualitative research use different research methodsto collect and analyze data, and they allow you to answer different kinds of research questions. While there are certainly instances when quantitative researchers rely on nonprobability samples (e.g., when doing exploratory or evaluation research), quantitative researchers tend to rely on probability sampling techniques. h�bbd```b``��7@$S"�|"9���`�D�w�H� �L2/�:�H� R�,�H���fw�Ha)�D Quantitative research, in contrast to qualitative research, deals with data that are numerical or that can be converted into numbers.The basic methods used to investigate numerical data are called ‘statistics’. types of research strategies used overall in the research (e.g., quantitative experiments or qualitative case studies), and the specific methods employed in conducting these strategies (e.g., collecting data quantita-tively on instruments versus collecting qualitative data through observing a setting). Researchers who pursue this type of inquiry need an understanding of both qualitative and quantitative research and realisation that this type of inquiry is more time-consuming. In quantitative research approach, data collection relies heavily on random sampling and structured data collection methods. However, you will need computational, statistical, and mathematical tools to derive results from the collected quantitative data. is a quantitative method whereby a researcher poses some set of predetermined questions to an entire group, or sample, of individuals. Quantitative methods emphasize objective measurements and the statistical, mathematical, or numerical analysis of data collected through polls, questionnaires, and surveys, or by manipulating pre-existing statistical data using computational techniques.Quantitative research focuses on gathering numerical data and generalizing it across groups of people or to explain a particular phenomenon. If we take a closer look at the concrete studies in this group we can see that these are mostly case studies using non-random sampling yet at the same time concentrating mainly on quantitative data. 9 10. Research methods falls under methodologies and may refer to specific procedural techniques used to conduct a research. The question of methods begins with the design of the research project, which Valerie Janesick describes in dance terms. Figure 1: Differences between Qualitative a nd Quantitative Research Strategies . ���T-#QUs�N[&�* !��~�Br���$7��x s}J*�4|���ej����"?X*� Strategies used in this research design involve inquiry such as narratives, phenomenologies, ethnographies, grounded More deliberate application of a range of inquiry frameworks has the potential to broaden the types of research questions asked, application and generation of theory, study design, analytic strategies, and reporting of results. �r��VHSBIɑ�!�.w�J(c#�5��O�r��&΋;�=�gU۰��>����A*>�H[E����,]�\df� ʃ)ChE�����^�֌��aO��^���itM�W�:������^Z��-�����&��S�nտ��`�~А����>�W�le�T%��Ylq��j�c�9i�"�)����R�M),���X�Cs����,. Strategies of Inquiry, and Methods Leading to Approaches and the Design Process 3. 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