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Massage Research 103

The Qualitative Research Category and Its Contextual/Interpretive-Oriented Research Strategy


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  • Characterize the qualitative research category.
  • Contrast the qualitative research category with the quantitative research category regarding the following areas: philosophical views, forms of reasoning, features of the research process, roles of measurement and data analysis, and focal point in a study’s interpretation.
  • Identify and discuss the three major perspectives or contexts from which any qualitative study may be examined.
  • Identify and explain the name of the one research strategy orientation affiliated with qualitative research.
  •  List the four research methods affiliated with the contextual/interpretive-oriented research strategy.
  • Identify and explain the essential features that define the case study research method.
  •  Recognize, or be able to provide, an example of the case study method.
  • Identify and explain the essential features that define the phenomenological research method.
  • Recognize, or be able to provide, an example of the phenomenological method.
  • Identify and explain the essential features that define the grounded theory research method.
  • Recognize, or be able to provide, an example of the grounded theory method.
  • Identify and explain the essential features that define the ethnographic research method.
  • Recognize, or be able to provide, an example of the ethnographic method.

Joanne Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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