Different Components Of A Qualitative Research Article

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On the other hand, using a questionnaire could raise concerns that the participants’ voices were not really heard and the reader is not going to get the rich descriptions one would expect from a qualitative study.It is very important for a qualitative report to describe the setting, participants and data collection in detail.

On the other hand, using a questionnaire could raise concerns that the participants’ voices were not really heard and the reader is not going to get the rich descriptions one would expect from a qualitative study.It is very important for a qualitative report to describe the setting, participants and data collection in detail.

Usually, this section will include direct quotations from data collection to substantiate the points made by the researcher.

Too often, novice qualitative researchers stay at the descriptive level when they present their findings.

Qualitative research is widely used by political science, social work, and education researchers.

In the conventional view of statisticians, qualitative methods produce explanations only of the particular cases studied (e.g., as part of an ethnography of a newly implemented government program), any general conclusions beyond the study context are considered tentative propositions (informed assertions), since the general propositions are not usually arrived at on the basis of statistical theory.

These points should also be considered when we are writing up our own qualitative research.

It is best to be our own devil’s advocate and read our own work as if we were a potential reviewer appraising the quality of our writing.Scientific knowledge is generally disseminated in peer-reviewed journals.However, this does not mean that everything that gets published is necessarily meeting the highest standard of scientific rigor.The aim of a qualitative research project may vary with the disciplinary background, such as a psychologist seeking in-depth understanding of human behavior and the reasons that govern such behavior for example.Qualitative methods are best for researching many of the why and how questions of human experience, in making a decision for example (not just what, where, when, or "who"); and have a strong basis in the field of sociology to understand government and social programs.Qualitative research should reveal more abstract aspects of the phenomenon and dive deep to help the reader understand them.There should be a discussion section that meaningfully summarizes the findings and juxtaposes them against other studies, as well as demonstrates the study’s contribution to the field. The conclusion of the article needs to include the study’s limitations.Since the findings cannot be generalized to the general public, we need to know exactly who (and how) they relate to the project, as well as what kind of a process took place.The findings write up should demonstrate that the conclusions of the study were primarily reached based on what the participants expressed, showed and shared.[…] In some ways, appraisal of quantitative and qualitative work follows the same guideline — we need to establish whether a study has the required rigor needed to trust its results and conclusions (regardless of whether they are positive or negative).While there is some overlap, there are also some pointers specific to quantitative research methods.

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