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Types of Methodology

Case Study
Case Study

Qualitative case study methodology provides tools for researchers to study complex phenomena within their contexts. When the approach is applied correctly, it becomes a valuable method for health science research to develop theory, evaluate programs, and develop interventions.

Ethnography
Ethnography

Using ethnographic methods you put yourself in a strange position. In a foreign country with a new language, you already feel like the outsider coming in. Using ethnographic methods you must let go of your own presumptions and assumptions about a group of people in order to effectively learn anything about them.

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Ethnography
Ethnography

Objectivity. Using ethnographic methods you put yourself in a strange position. In a foreign country with a new language, you already feel like the outsider coming in.

source: geo.mtu.edu
Grounded Theory
Grounded Theory

A theory-which-is-grounded-in-data ie. a grounded theory. Thus both the research method and the output of the research process have the same name, which can be confusing! A Grounded theory is the study of a concept (the core category).

Narrative
Narrative

covers the approaches to narrative in an interdisciplinary manner, including the fields of psychology, sociology, linguistics, philosophy, anthropology, organisation studies, and history. Narrative is an interpretive approach in the social sciences involving storytelling methodology.

Phenomenological
Phenomenological

Phenomenology in business research focuses on experiences, events and occurrences with disregard or minimum regard for the external and physical reality. Phenomenology, also known as non-positivism, is a variation of interpretivism, along with other variations such as hermeneutics, symbolic interactionism and others.

Phenomenological
Phenomenological

Phenomenology, also known as non-positivism, is a variation of interpretivism, along with other variations such as hermeneutics, symbolic interactionism and others. This branch of philosophy “describes the philosophical approach that what is directly perceived and felt is considered more reliable than explanations or interpretations in communication”.

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