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right at the start of your dissertation, how much more time can you save for possible revisions from your supervisor?

There are a number of students who struggle with "can I get the information?" and "what do I do with it when I have it?"

***Whether you are carrying out qualitative or quantitative research, or experiments, you should BEGIN AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE because it may take longer than you expect especially if they require special equipment and learning new methods.***

No matter what your research question is, our primary research service will help you…

  • Design and plan the most suitable research methodology pertinent to your research question, whether quantitative or qualitative or a mix of both, so you can check them with your supervisor and see if they fit with your methodology.
  • Understand and establish the research objectives
  • Identify your sample size and control groups
  • Suggestions on screening and recruiting targeted group
  • Plan for any ethical issues with collecting your data.
  • Write the questions or develop the research instrument
  • Do a test or pilot run as soon as possible so you can make changes if necessary
  • Have a contingency plan if not everyone is willing to participate

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Following are the highlights of our quantitative and qualitative research services to help you better understand what we do and how we can help you with

primary data collection methodologies

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Quantitative Research Methodology

QUESTIONNAIRES & SURVEYS

Quantitative Research Methodology

PARTICIPANT OBSERVATIONS

  1. Participant Observation Design
  • Population to be observed
  • Potential field site suggestions
  • Design open-ended questions for interview
  1. Gaining access suggestions
  2. FREE guidelines on ethical issues to be considered
  3. FREE guide on “Taking Participant Observation Fieldnotes”.


ETHNOGRAPHY

  1. Ethnography Design
  • Population to be observed
  • Potential field site suggestions
  • Developing the guiding questions
  • Design open-ended questions for interview
  1. Gaining access suggestions
  2. FREE guidelines on “ethical issues to be considered”
  3. FREE guide on “Taking Ethnographic Fieldnotes.”
  4. FREE eBook on “How to write Ethnography”

INTERVIEWS

  1. Interview Design
  • Defining the Objectives of the survey
  • Identify and screen interviewees
  • Writing the questions
  1. Suggestions for the best type and format of interview
  2. FREE guidelines on ethical issues to be considered
  3. FREE eBook on “How to choose a venue for qualitative interview research?”
  4. FREE guide on “How to conduct an interview for qualitative research”
  5. FREE guide On “Judging and Ensuring Interviewee’s Genuineness”

FOCUS GROUP

  1. Focus Group Design
  • Defining the objectives of the survey
  • Identifying, screening and recruiting participants
  • Writing the questions
  1. Develop the focus group guide or script
  2. Free guidelines on ethical issues to be considered
  3. FREE eBook on “How to choose a venue for your focus group?”
  4. FREE eBook on “How to moderate a focus group?”
  5. FREE guide on “Taking Focus Group notes”
  6. FREE guide On “Judging and Ensuring Interviewee’s Genuineness”

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