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By: Graham Bright & Gill Harrison

In: Understanding Research in Counselling

Chapter 4: Switching on your Curiosity: Developing Research Ideas

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Switching on your Curiosity: Developing Research Ideas
Switching on your curiosity: Developing research ideas
Graham Bright Gill Harrison

Research questions both inform and are informed by research conceptualisation, and articulate the essence of what research is about. They influence the epistemological stance that the researcher adopts (see Chapter 5), the data that is collected and how the data is analysed. The formulation of an appropriate research question is therefore fundamental to the direction and success of any project (Alvesson and Sandberg, 2013). Effective question construction enables the researcher to articulate and ...

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