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Research Paradigms - Qualitative Research and Action Research -Tables and Graphic Organizers

Research Paradigms - Qualitative Research and Action Research -Tables and Graphic Organizers

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Published by Yamith J. Fandiño
A brief compilation of tables and graphic organizers that shows and explains qualitative research paradigms.
A brief compilation of tables and graphic organizers that shows and explains qualitative research paradigms.

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Published by: Yamith J. Fandiño on Jan 27, 2011
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RESEARCH PARADIGMS
Taken fromhttp://www.southalabama.edu/coe/bset/johnson/studyq/sq2.htm 
FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY
 
Paul H. Schurr, (2007) "Buyer-seller relIndustrial Marketing, Vol. 22 Iss: 3, pp.Table 1. Reproduction of Maykut andMaykut and Morehouse, 1994, Table 2. ationship development episodes: theories and method161 – 170orehouse’s summary of the “postulates of the researc1)s", Journal of Business &h paradigms” (Source:
 
 
RESEARCH APPROACH
 Disciplined inquiry
is defined as a systematic and reflective pursuit of knowledge. It clearly embraces a very widevariety of approaches to scientific research, that can be organized by their 
assumptions, choices, procedures
and
analytical techniques
. The model is presented in Figure 2. There is very little here that is new,except perhaps the emphasis and overall vision.The model offers a distinction between these four aspects of the research process:-
 
 paradigms
 
(assumptions adopted towards truth, reality, knowledge, and how knowledge is to be used)
 
 
 strategies
 
(choices with respect to how disciplined inquiry is to proceed)
 
 
methods
 
(procedures for the collection of data)
 
 
analysis
 
(techniques for the analysis of data)
.There is no explicit distinction in this model between quantitative and qualitative research. Both are included andorganized appropriately under each aspect.A summary of the paper presented to the 18th International Human Science Research Conference, Sheffield, UK, July 26 -29, 1999. © Dave Hiles 1999 -
Paradigms Lost - Paradigms Regained
// Dave Hiles // (Psychology, De MontfortUniversity, Leicester. LE7 9SU. UK.)(Email:drhiles@dmu.ac.uk )

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