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EDRE 733 - RESEARCH DESIGN

MARSHALL & ROSSMAN CHAPTER 6
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edre 733
research design

Marshall and rossman (2006)

chapter 6:
planning time and resources

presented by:
Stephanie sanders There are Hidden cost of
doing qualitative research
(Marshall & Rossman 2006) "HOW TO CONDUCT RESEARCH WITH CURRENT BUDGET CUTS "

Nationwide Recession
Cuts in Higher Education
District Cuts - Realignment
Workforce Reduction
Learn to do more with less
"PLANNING RESOURCES "
Small scale - Southeastern Counties in Ohio
Large Scale - The State of Ohio







Things to Consider when
projecting resources

Meeting times
Site visits for gathering data
data analysis
report writing
Attend conferences to disseminate your work

MArshall and rossman (2006) TIME Backyard research? Reasons Novel Researchers
Conduct Backyard Research
Easy Access
Rapport established
Helps professional & personal life
Reduced time
(Glesne, 2006) ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS

days in the field
days at each site
observation hours
time with community members
data management
analysis
report writing
Illness 1st time Parent Death Puberty FINANCIAL COST SAMPLE BUDGET

Digital Recorder.......$60.00
Gas/ Travel.............$300.00
Equipment..............$500.00
Books.....................$300.00
Printing...................$100.00
Contract Services....$250.00
TOTAL.................$1510.00
"Personal Cost" Humanities Doctoral Student, "Have Humility & Faith"

"Humility helps you to understand that a dissertation is just that
- a dissertation - that it is the beginning (not the end or culmination)
of a career, and that it has limits....You must have great faith to
know that your work means something and a
strong sense of "vision" and "purpose" that can sustain
you even when there is a lack of external affirmation." Jessica Hester (Theatre), "Have Dedicated Time"

"The lack of social stimulation that happens during writing, makes me feel disconnected from "real" life, which is further emphasized by my job and family responsibilities. My husband and I have negotiated a plan - I get twenty minutes of uninterupted time (i.e. no kids) EVERY day. Some days I'll be able to put in much time, but if I commit to a little bit of dissertation work daily, my writing is always in the front of my brain." Tracie Harrison (Nursing), "Know Your Limits"

"The hardest thing for me to do is say NO to fellow students, staff, or faculty when they ask me to do something. The problem is, there is a limited amount of time and I can't do everything! I recommend that doctoral students examine their abilities, consider time limits, weight the importance of the request, and respond based upon that knowledge. You'll sleep better at night and others will respect you." CONCLUSION

Dissertation work is intellectual
It also involves a thorough roadmap of planning your time & resources
Remember that LIFE will happen - so be flexible and consider the personal cost! The best Is a done dissertation Reference

American Time Use Survey. Retrieved Apr. 15, 2010, from United States Department of Labor, Washington, DC. Web site: http://www.bls.gov/tus/charts/students.htm.

Creswell, J. (2007). Qualitative inquiry and research design: Choosing among five traditions, 2nd Edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Current Students Talk about Meeting Challenges. Retrieved Apr. 15, 2010, from The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX. Web site: http://https://webspace.utexas.edu/cherwitz/www/ie/challenges.html.

Glesne, C. (2006). Becoming qualitative researchers: An introduction, 3rd Edition. New York: Pearson.

Marshall, C. & Rossman, G. (2006). Designing qualitative research. 4th Edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
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