Thursday, 27 August 2009


Different dissertations have different ways of tackling the methodology chapter. Cranfield dissertations have definite chapters that cover the why, the philosophy, the forms of knowing. Such chapters may or may not include the method, the how the question was researched, as well as the why the question was researched this way. I suspect other countries have other ways of approaching this chapter. I have a sample of only one - a dissertation from Denmark, where the methodology chapter is written in quite a different way.

The methodology for a qualitative approach has to be as rigorously made as for a quantitative approach.

What I'd like to find are other dissertations from the UK, preferably qualitative dissertations so I can how the argument is made for the research approach.

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