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Coen Steel

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Transcript of Coen Steel

Aims

To understand the concept of rigour when conducting survey research
To understand how rigour can be maintained in the different stages of the research method

Survey Research
"There is no better method of research than the sample survey for determining, with a known level of accuracy, detailed and personal information about large populations" Rea and Parker (2014)
Rigour when conducting survey research
Description of the survey instrument
Piloting
Data Interpretation
Use of appropriate methods and strategies to ensure

Credibility
Dependability
transparency
generalisability
That will enhace and ensure validity and reliability
Thank you
Questions?
Concept of Rigour
"Is essentially the concept of showing people clearly that your research was carried out in a way that is appropriate and technically sound from theorisation to final analysis" Lee and Lings (2008)
Enhancing the perception of rigour
Dependability
Transparency
Credibility/believability
Generalisability/transferability
Research Rigour
Context: Conducting

Survey Research

Enhancing the perception of rigour
Use appropriate Strategies and methods
Recognising and explaining your own part in creating the interpretation
Confidence
Findings applicable to other situations
Other researchers may carry out more research based on your findings
Rigour Mortis hits the .....
Method
"Is a systematic and orderly approach taken towards collection of data so that information can be obtained from those data" Jankowicz (1995)
Technique
Are particular, step by step procedures which you can follow to gather data, and analyse them for the information they contain.
Setting
Focus group
Interview
Questionnaire
Key informant interview
Semi-structure, open-ended
Fully structured
Unstructured
Evidence of a decision trail:
Ensuring all data was recorded and no data was lost because of unreliable audio recording or unaccurate transcribing.
Recording/transcribing
Recorded material available for inspection or auditing
Validity and dependability are enhanced by a transparent process
Describing the process
Particpant consultation
Rigour is enhanced by describing and interpreting experiences
Consulting with participants and discussiong findings
Generalisability/transferability
Findings can fit into other contexts
Readers can apply findings to their own experiences
Research meeting the criterion of transferability
Description
Valididty and reliability of the survey instrument
Measuring in a reproducible manner
Measuring what it is supposed to measuring
Data to be coded , analysied and reported
Pre-testing
Identify any abiguity in questions or wordings
Try out the survey instrument
Insights gained to improve quality
Detect problems with validity and reliability
Clarity descring how the pilot was carried out.
Analysis, Interpretaion & dissemination
Thematic analysis - theoretically flexible approach to analysis qualitative data
It illustrates the data in great detail and deals with diverse subjects via interpretations (Boyatzis 1998).

Doubt ?
Sub-population
How can fifteen hundred respondents represent millions of people?

Why should two thousand television viewers dictate to program directors on a national scale what all Irish people should watch?

The systematic application of technique
Theoretical underpinnings
Procedural applications
Analysis of the data
Conclusion
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