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CategoryID=30). indd 22 Types of research 10/13/2011 12:42:08 PM Study design • People involved—obviously more ground can be covered by more than one auditor but everyone involved must understand what they are supposed to do. • Data source—this may be electronic or paper records. • Data collection—you will need to design either a paper or electronic proforma on which to record your data. Designing a standard proforma allows you to ensure that all the required data is collected, and the same data is collected for each case.
These approaches provide a reasonably comprehensive means to pull together the aims of the research and the methods that the researcher will employ. A summary of some of these approaches is given next. What are the different approaches to qualitative research? phenomenology What is phenomenology? The overriding aim of any phenomenological research is to create a comprehensive description of the experience, often termed the ‘lived experience’, of an everyday phenomenon so that its fundamental structure can be understood.
This narrative should include the generation of hypotheses around the central phenomenon. This can be the end point of the study, although in grounded theory research it is often not. The hypotheses generated at this stage can form the basis for further sampling and data collection from which the process can be repeated until the researcher feels that the phenomenon has been thoroughly explored. The ﬁnal result of this process is the development of a theory that can be further tested and be used to drive future research.