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    important to have the balance of both qualitative and quantitative methodologies in a combined methodologies research study. It is interesting to note that, one clear practical issue in combining both methods is the issue whether the combined methodologies are “genuinely integrated” (Bryman, 2007). Bryman further argued, to what extent do researchers who combined both methodologies analyse, interpret and write up their research in a way that both qualitative and quantitative components are mutually

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    The authors argue that mixed methods sampling with well-established qualitative and quantitative techniques can answer the research question in health sciences posted by mixed methods research designs in a new way. And data collection procedures for the mixed methods designs should based on concurrent and sequential forms of data collection, in order to make sure that the qualitative results can explain and interpret the findings of a quantitative study, and meanwhile, mixed methods are used to overcome

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    done through qualitative line of inquiry. Qualitative data provides a prosperous, thorough picture to be built up about why people act in certain ways, and their feelings about these actions, which provides the researcher with a clear understanding of the data. Qualitative data is also useful for studying limited data in-depth; for the purpose of this study to be accomplished, the data needs to be studied in-depth. Thematizing meanings is one of few shared generic skills across qualitative analysis (Holloway

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    Qualitative Qualitative data is an open universe, as it includes virtually any non-numerical data that can be captured and revolves around collecting, analyzing, and interpreting data that are difficult to reduce utilizing numerical methods. Qualitative data permit the exploration of every possible scenario in a given situation which is highly suitable when assessing the contributory impact of the social environment within the business world. By pursuing a qualitative approach, the data collected

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    Methodology qualitative(300/5)(382/ ) In research the two main used approaches are qualitative and quantitative. Qualitative research represents the study of perceptions, emotions and experiences in the direction of understanding the human behaviour therefore from a subjective perspective ( R). On the other side the quantitative research is expressed numerical, measurable, appropriate for statistics defined as being objective and can be used for general public (R). Another difference, according to

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    Qualitative Critique Paper: Critique of a Qualitative Study Grace Fahham Shenandoah University What was the purpose of the study? The purpose of this qualitative study was to describe how occupational therapists’ involved client-centred activities in daily living (CADL) in their practice. This was done by reviewing the therapist’s experiences and reflections about their interaction with clients that suffered from a stroke. The study involved coding of three categories. These

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    Qualitative Research

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    COMPARE AND CONTRAST THE QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS The quantitative and qualitative research traditions can be thought of as distinct cultures marked by different values, beliefs, and norms. Qualitative research methods are complex meaningful analyses characterized by processes and meanings that are not measured in terms of mathematical measurements. Quantitative research however, relies and builds on mathematical procedures and methods, such as frequency, quality, amount and

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    Qualitative Studies

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    Qualitative Research One of the two articles reviews by me was a quantitative study to find out the incidence of sports injuries occurring in adolescents (6-18yrs) playing ball games: soccer, handball and basketball by Yde et al, where the number of sports injuries, their pattern and mechanism were quantified into numerical values to support a hypothesis. Other was to find the psychosocial status of injured players during their injury-rehabilitation phase: a qualitative research by Clement et al

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    Qualitative Strategies

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    I will explain how quantitative and qualitative strategies and methods/procedures are similar and different. In qualitative strategies, there is a focus on "data collection, analysis and writing" (p. 176). In qualitative strategies usually may fall in line with survey designs and experiments. The strategies followed the same general format such as purpose, data collection, data analysis and conclusion. The differences between the two for methods and procedures is the following: for quantitative methods

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    Qualitative Interview

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    constructing, meaning-making occasions”. In my opinion the qualitative interview while it may develop a different ebb and flow than research specific qualitative interview, as they tend to have more targeted overall research questions, they both have the same aim in mind; to collect, interpret, and analysis “data” on some level. The findings obtained by the researchers in this study while valid they are not necessarily inclusive

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