Posts Tagged ‘qualitative research’

the word of god is unchanged for 2000 years, yet my investigation can only question subjects on the last 50 or so- the information attained may only be applicable in such ways as they are now; after neraly two millenia have passed- early days success and application of these words may have differed- however in […]


“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 […]


Summarizing my notes has helped me to know better where I am on my thesis journey. Although it is at an early stage I have already identified my main area of interest: Successful Communication Techniques and Language Manipulation within the sphere of Public Relations. Also, taking a fresh look at some earlier thoughts I have […]