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    effective for gathering simple information. However that is the issue with Quantitative research, it is only useful for finding simple information out. Quantitative research can't really be adapted for finding out things that require detail as the majority of questions are closed questions and it is very hard to alter this to find out certain information. The purpose of Quantitative research is the opposite of Qualitative, it's all based on fact rather than opinion as it can be measured into…

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    4. Research Design 4.1. Research Approach There are two main approaches to conducting research, qualitative and quantitative approach (Bryman, 2012; Saunders et al., 2012; Babbie, 2014). One way of differentiating quantitative and qualitative research is the type of data that used in the studies. Quantitative often associated with the use of numerical data (numbers) in data collection techniques (questionnaire) or data analysis procedure (graphics or statistics). On the other hand, qualitative…

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    Qualitative research methods are dissimilar in many aspects from quantitative research methods; nevertheless, they can lead to in-depth understanding of research topics. There are five steps to gathering data for both qualitative and quantitative research, both research types are comparable but not identical in the ways they use the steps. The types of data collected are different between qualitative and quantitative research methods. Finally the way the data is presented is different between…

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    that Qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods approaches are three approaches to research. He defines qualitative research as “An approach for exploring and understanding the meaning individuals or groups ascribe to a social or human problem” (p. 4). Creswell and Poth (2017) discuss in great details their five qualitative approaches to inquiry: narrative, phenomenological, grounded theory, ethnographic, and case study. They recommend to researchers to identify clearly their qualitative…

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    The next stage, after selecting a research paradigm, is to link it with actual practice (Bryman, 1998). This can be accomplished via selecting the appropriate data collection methods that; accommodate research assumptions, answer research questions, and meet research objectives. Accordingly, having explained the research paradigms and assumptions, the following is a description of the nature of the research design methods, namely: qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods, and then proceeds to…

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    Part One: Task 1: Pure (Basic) Research: Pure or Basic Research is a type of research in which the purpose is to expand a knowledge basis or to investigate in response to a question which is generally theorietical rather than having a practical purpose from the start. Applied Reasearch: Applied Research is the idea of researching a specific area or question inorder to give results which can be used in a practical sense almost imedieatly. This is meant as the research is applied to a specific…

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    3.6 Choices of research Bryman and Bell (2007) state that researches have two directions to choose, in general, which are quantitative research and qualitative research. Quantitative research is based on the existing theory or framework to analyze the social phenomena, which is similar with the physical phenomena (Bloch et al., 2014). Qualitative researches utilize the way to interpret, understand and analyze human beings’ behaviors in their social lives and has been used to find out the quality…

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    Qualitative research is used by researchers in order to investigate the deeper meaning of experiences and attitudes behind social behavior. The nectar of qualitative research can be found through truthful reporting, first hand recollection of experiences, and quotes from actual interviews or focus group discussions1. It for this reason, that the concept of reflexivity should never be overlooked by a researcher. Reflexivity involves reflecting back on the research process and aiming to…

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    The research design consists of a cross-sectional study which used a sample of expert clinical practitioners entering HEIs. A questionnaire with XX questions and follow-up questions to obtain information in the following five areas was conducted: 1) study programs - plans and programs, 2) students and graduate students, 3) teaching staff, and 4) HEI organisation and regulations. The questions were personal and relied on the individualised responses. The interviews were conducted as part of a…

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    comes from research conducted by nurses and other health care professionals" (Polit & Beck, 2014, p.2). Additionally, research has shown "patients who receive care based on evidence from well-designed studies experience nearly 30 percent better outcomes" (Bennett, 2009). Furthermore, implementing evidence-based research into practice leads to improved patient outcomes and cost-savings across the continuum of care. Finally, there are two general types of research…

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