Posts Tagged ‘methodology’

“What is the role of Reason in relation to Power & Branding via the Live PR Speech? A social-constructivist perspective of the Catholic Church.” Having rearranged my research approach, from data first followed by theoretical contextualization, I am now working (in accordance with the advice of tutors) from a theory first position. This is a […]


QUALITATIVE DATA ANALYSIS + LINGUISTICS/SEMIOTIC ANALYSIS + PHENOMENOLOGY + PRAGMATISM + POSITIVISM + DUALITY + VISUAL DATA + CODING + GROUNDED THEORY + Question in terms of all the above! RE: positivity, duality of thinking/believing, >>>overlook contentual perspective- allow my perspective as being intrinsic to the gathered data, of course. find patterns, [qualitative] of what […]


“How; What works?” can be much more beneficial for researchers and practitioners of a [social] science- than the illusion of accuracy representations and interpretations of a subjects deepest experiences of thoughts… and particularly we should ignore any temptation to ask the worm can opening W-H-Y- anything happens, but become intrigued about the conditions and factors […]


Phenomonology, the study of social phenomena. My first understanding of this topic is that it is very relevant to the area of study I am interested in. Martyn Denscombe, in his ‘Good Research Guide‘ provides a checklist describing what phenomenological should consist of. All of which seem appropriate to me for my study of Successful […]