Chapter 3Methodology of the Study
This chapter describes and discusses how the researchers will gatherthe necessary data and information that will be use in the entire study. Itdescribes who will be the respondents and focus of the research. This alsoshows the procedure of data collection and instruments used; these chaptersalso discuss the type of research, research method, and the research localewhere the study will be conducted.
This study is a Qualitative research, it is associated with naturalisticinquiry and it deals with the issue of human complexity by exploring itdirectly. It also stresses the inherent depth of humans, the ability of humansto shape and create their own experiences and the idea the truth is acomposite of realities.Naturalistic investigations emphasize understanding the humanexperience as it is lived usually through the collection and analysis of qualitative materials that are narrative and subjective. The findings from in-depth qualitative research are typically grounded in the real life experiencesof people with first-hand knowledge of a phenomenon.Qualitative research, use an Emergent designs, a design that emergesduring the course of data collection. The study also used the
, in which it uses the questions as who, what, when, whereand how of a topic being answered.