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1. Approach

1.1. The research approach is a plan and procedure that consists of the steps of broad assumptions to detailed methods of data collection, analysis, and interpretation.

2. Method

2.1. Mixed method

2.1.1. Inductive logic, exploratory research

2.2. Qualitative method

2.2.1. construct and analyze QUANT and QUAL STUDY

2.3. Quantitative method

2.3.1. Deductive logic and confirmatory resarch

3. Ethical procedures in research

3.1. Voluntary participation

3.2. Your participants are free to opt in or out of the study at any point in time.

3.3. Informed consent

3.3.1. Participants know the purpose, benefits, risks, and funding behind the study before they agree or decline to join.

3.4. Anonymity

3.4.1. Personally identifiable data is not collected.

3.5. Confidentiality

3.5.1. You know who the participants are but you keep that information hidden from everyone else.

3.6. Results communication

3.6.1. You ensure your work is free of plagiarism or research misconduct, and you accurately represent your results.

4. paradigm

4.1. positivism

4.1.1. constructivism advocacy and participatory pragmatism

5. Qualitative data

5.1. Is unstructured and has depth. It can answer our questions, can help formulate hypotheses and build understanding.

5.2. Qualitative data refers to non-numeric information such as interview transcripts, notes, video and audio recordings, imageaudio recordings, images and text documents.s and text documents.

5.2.1. Content analysis. Narrative analysis Discourse analysis.

6. Quantitative data

6.1. Quantitative data is the value of data in the form of counts or numbers where each data set has a unique numerical value.

6.2. Quantitative data makes measuring various parameters controllable due to the ease of mathematical derivations they come with.

6.2.1. Surveys:

6.2.2. Longitudinal Studies

6.2.3. Cross-sectional Studies

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