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The methodology demands you answer many complicated questions, including: what is your research methodology-- qualitative, quantitative, or both? Is your research philosophy positivist or interpretivist? Does your research design have support in the literature? If not, did you adequately defend your decision to go against the literature?

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Are you convinced you can tackle your dissertation methodology alone? Good luck! Before deciding for sure though, it is in your interest to know everything that a methodology entails. Here is a quick summary of the questions you will have to answer:

Is your research methodology quantitative, qualitative, or both? Quantitative research uses deductive reasoning, and produces data that aims to definitively prove or disprove a hypothesis. Most people use computer programs that analyze the data and produce graphics to illustrate the findings, like different kinds of charts.

The most common methods of quantitative research are surveys, questionnaires and experiments. Surveys aim to illustrate an universal truth by using a small sample size to represent a larger population (in research jargon, “population” means the group of people or things which you are studying.) For example, a botanist studying a small sample of roses can make deductions about characteristics of roses in general. Questionnaires are used in the social sciences to collect data from a sample group. Experiments try to show the cause and effect between the dependent variable (what the researcher wants to explain) and the independent variable (the factor that might be influencing change in the dependent variable). For example, in an experiment trying to figure out if eating chocolate decreases stress, the stress level of the participants would be the dependent variable, and the amount of chocolate eaten would be the independent variable.

Qualitative research uses inductive reasoning, and aims to understand people, society, and culture. It is thus more subjective than quantitative research, as it seeks to understand human behavior. Common qualitative research methods include action research, case studies, ethnography, and interviews/focus groups.

Action research is entirely practicable and aims to find answers to real problems, especially in the fields of health, education and social sciences. The researcher is an active participant, and is often working as a teacher, nurse etc. The research subjects (students, patients etc.) are also encouraged to be active participants for the benefit of all parties.

Case studies study one issue on an extremely in depth basis. Perhaps you want to study binge drinking in college towns. To complete a case study, you would pick one town and study binge drinkers there every Friday and Saturday night for a year. This data can give you an idea of what binge drinking is like in college towns across the country, although many people question how much you can generalize from studying one situation in depth.

Ethnographic research aims to study another culture in its natural environment. Often the researcher will participate in the culture in order to learn about it. Entire populations can be studied-- for example, aboriginal tribes in the Amazon-- or sub- groups, like people addicted to shopping. Observation and interviews are the main way to collect data, but it’s important to understand that the presence of the researcher may influence the data. Due to this, some researchers choose to observe their target culture covertly, at least initially.

Interviews and focus groups are used to understand what people think about your research topic. It is essential the researcher not manipulate or influence the answers. You may want to keep the conversation highly structured around the research topic, or opt for an unstructured environment which may be more likely to yield more points of view you had not considered.

Is your research philosophy positivist or interpretivist (also referred to as phenomenology)? Positivist philosophy places a premium on facts, quantifiable observations and statistical analysis. It also uses data for deductive reasoning, meaning that data is found to confirm or refute a hypothesis. Positivism leads you see the word as objective and external. Adopting this research philosophy necessitates that your research will be completely objective. This means that you, as the person conducting the research, will be merely a passive observer and recorder of data. Those pursuing quantitative studies are likely to adopt this research philosophy.

An interpretivist or phenomenological research philosophy focuses on meanings, and leads you to see the world as being socially constructed and subjective. Data is used for inductive reasoning, meaning you will devise an argument to explain data or other research results. This research philosophy works well for students with qualitative studies.

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