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Restating theory & research questions and also explaining the chapter organization.
Research design or tradition:
- Addressing the research questions and describing its approach with rationality.
- Citing apposite methodological literature.
Providing justification of your research context with background information such as demographics.
Research sample and data sources:
- Describing and justifying the type of sample used and the selection procedure of the participants. (Including population, sampling frame, and sampling procedures for quantitative or mixed methods studies).
- Explain the size of the sample (all) and/or data set. (quantitative/mixed methods only, if applicable).
Instruments and Procedures:
- Quantitative and Mixed Methods:
Describing the type of instrument(s), clearing concepts measured, calculating values/scores, pilot test if applicable, and authenticating instrument, with reference to appendices.
Justifying any instruments used, such as poles, interviews, observation protocols or focus groups, with reference to appendices.
Treatment (if applicable):
A detailed and clear description if applied.
Clarifying the methods and procedures of data collection that includes how, when, where, and by whom data were collected.
- Justifying the statistical stools and methods (if applicable) used for data analysis.
- Discussing necessary measures taken to accurately validate the study.
- Summarising outcomes of pilot studies, if applicable.
Role of the Researcher:
Explaining the job of the researcher conducting the research study; making it clearer & rational.
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