Dissertation Methodology

Dissertation Methodology

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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.

Research setting/context:

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.
  • Qualitative:
    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.

Data collection:

Clarifying the methods and procedures of data collection that includes how, when, where, and by whom data were collected.

Data analysis:

  • 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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