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Research Methods, Designs & Analyses

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Transcript of Research Methods, Designs & Analyses

Ivan Brian L. Inductivo
Research Methods, Designs & Analyses
to
explain
and
analyze
a phenomenon

Quantitative
Qualitative
Mixed
to
explore
and
evaluate
a phenomenon

to
combine
several studies or approaches

Creative
to
take action, create
or
develop
a solution

Research Methods
NUMBERS
TEXT
NUMBERS + TEXT
OUTPUT
Descriptive
to describe or explain a phenomenon
Correlative
to show relationships between variables
e.g. Surveys, Perception, Opinion, Awareness
Predictive
to predict the relation of variables
Comparative
to know the difference between variables
Causal Comparative
to explain the cause through the effect
Experimental
to know the cause of a phenomenon
No Manipulation of Variables
Manipulation of Variables
Ex Post Facto
Developmental
to know the changes that happen overtime
Operational
to simulate a field study, laboratory test, mathematical formula, program, model, system or design test
Case Study
to assess or analyze a certain individual, group, object or phenomenon
e.g. Trends, Growth (Long or X-sec)
e.g. True, Pre- and Quasi-Experimental designs
Descriptive Statistics
Inferential Statistics
Quantitative Research Designs
Qualitative Research Designs
Descriptive Analysis
frequency, percentile, central tendency and variance
Survey
Observation
Content Analysis
Correlational Analysis
Pearson r, Chi Square, Spearman rho
Regression Analysis
Comparative Analysis
Test of Difference
Test of Prediction|Regression
Test of Relationship
Experimentation
Scientific method
Correlational Analysis
Experimentation
Causal Comparative
Cause - Effect
Correlational Analysis
Descriptive Analysis
Time element
Dev't'l
Mechanistic Analysis
Content Analysis
SWOT Analysis
Diagnostic or Clinical Analysis
Quantitative Data Analyses
Computational Analysis
Case Study
to assess or evaluate a certain individual, group, object or phenomenon
Ethnographic
to investigate or understand certain cultures
Historical
to discover, document or discuss past trends of attitude, event and fact
Phenomenological
to describes the "subjective reality" of an event or perceived experience of the subject
lived experience
Hermeneutics
to focus on the interpretation of meaning (of actions or words).
Philosophical
to seek the supreme value or essence of something
Ethical
to analyze and critique issues about values, norms and human conduct
Grounded Theory
to gather information to establish a theory
Action Research
to take action to solve a problem
Ethnographic
Analysis
Content Analysis
Expository
Analysis
Evaluation
Phenomenological or Empirical Analysis
Sociological
Analysis
Historical
Analysis
Archaeological
Documentary
Archival
Narrative Analysis
Textual or Literary Analysis
Conceptual
Analysis
Comparative or Extrapolation
Discourse
Analysis
Critique or
Dialectic
Argumentation
Exploratory
Analysis
Reflection
Axiological
Inquiry
Content Analysis
Content Analysis
Descriptive
Interpretative
Qualitative Data Analyses
Socio-
Historical
Convergent Parallel
to simultaneously merge both quantitative and qualitative data
Mixed Methods Designs
Explanatory Sequential
to use quantitative data first and then followed by qualitative data
Exploratory Sequential
to use qualitative data first and then followed by quantitative data
Embedded
to use one data to support the other data
or
Transformative
to use one type of mixed,
then, use it as a tool for social tranformation
Multiphase
to use several mixed methods or phases
Artistic
Humanities, Literature, Architecture, &Fine Arts
Practice-based Designs
Creative-Development
Capstone projects
Building-Development
Engineering projects
Sample Research Design Section
Design
Definition
Reason
Research Design
it's the
"HOW"
of the study
Title
Objectives
Paradigm
Design
Outline
1. What do we mean by Research Methods, Research Designs and Data Analysis?
2. Why do we need to know and choose the appropriate design?
3. What are the different designs and their respective purposes, advantages& disadvantages?
Research is to see what everybody else has seen,
and to think what nobody else has thought.
- Albert Szent-Gyorgyi



Research is undertaken to discover novelties of life, to make life good, and to make the good better.

Thank you !
Happy Researching!
Codes
Categories
Concepts
Litchman's Qualitative Data Analysis
Research Methodology
Research Design
Sources of Data
Population and Sampling
Locale and Time
Data Collection
Data Analysis
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