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Yesterday we used the writing of three titles to ascertain the “problem” that needs to be researched. To recap, let’s compare and contrast two of the potential topic examples were: 1) Increasing Social Capital of Lower Income Non-profit Fundraisers. 2) How Social Capital Increases the Fundraising Capacity for […]
One of the first questions I ask my clients when they are deciding what they want their dissertation research to be about is: “At the end of the day, what do you want to know?” A great way to answer this question is by writing out several potential […]
Yesterday, qualitative and quantitative methodologies were discussed. Creswell (2016) has a more in-depth description of both here: Research methodologies also have research designs to integrate a logical cycle of studying the research question. Depending on your doctoral institution and/or discipline, the research design addresses the problem statement via […]
During my doctoral program research methodology courses were required. Like many doctoral students the definition of qualitative and quantitative methodology could be mind boggling. Understanding how each would affect one’s dissertation research can be a daunting decision; yet not impossible. So where does one begin? Let’s provide definitions […]