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Research design
Research design
5.1 Introduction

Upon identifying the research issue and setting up the research question, research design is the next important element of research. Regardless of the nature of the issue or which type of researcher you are, you run into some common issues to be addressed: What are the approach and research design appropriate for answering your research question? Would the research issue be time-sensitive? Is it context-specific? Would we be looking at correlational or causal forms of relationships? Would we need a large quantity of data or just a few cases? At what level should the unit of ...

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