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Qualitative research is an analytical and scientific method for collecting non-numerical data. This type of study refers to the definitions, principles, meanings, features, concepts, symbols, and description of things; it does not refer to their counts or measures. This research asks why and how there may be a certain occurrence, rather than how much. Most academic disciplines employ qualitative research methods, with a special focus on the human aspects of the social and natural sciences.

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Characteristics of Qualitative Research

Qualitative approaches, including mobile surveys and consumer satisfaction surveys, are often part of survey methodology. Methodological researchers use several different research methods or study designs. The most widely used methodological approaches to study in the academic social sciences include the following points:

1. Basic/generic/pragmatic qualitative study requiring the use of a varied methodology that is taken to best match the research question.

2. Studies on ethnography. An example of applied ethnographic research is the study of a specific culture and their perception of a particular disease’s role in its cultural framework.

3. The grounded theory refers to an inductive sort of research, focused on or “grounded” by the findings or evidence from which it was developed; it uses a variety of data sources, including quantitative data, records analysis, interviews, observations, and surveys.

4. Phenomenology explains an event’s “subjective reality,” as viewed by the population researching it; it is the study of a phenomenon.

5. A biographical analysis is associated with the research’s social interpretative model and deals with the recreation of life experiences and the framework of significance based on biographical accounts and records. The place to start for this method is the interpretation of human identity as informed by symbolic interaction-ism in terms of its social constitution.

6. Philosophical research is done by academic experts inside the limits of a specific field of study or discipline, the best-qualified person in any field of study to use an analytical examination, to clarify concepts, define ethics, or make a moral judgment on a topic in their field of study.

7. Critical Social Research is a type of research that a researcher uses to know how people interact and symbolic meanings evolve from those interactions.

8. Ethical Inquiry refers to an analytical study of ethical issues. This involves learning ethics concerning duties, rights, responsibility, right and wrong, choice, etc.

9. Social science and policy studies to know social services, federal agencies, and (or not) guidance on future developments and projects, including whether or not to include government.

10. The foundational analysis explores the foundations of the theory, analyzes assumptions, and creates ways to determine how new information can alter a knowledge base.

11. Historical research helps one to examine ancient and modern events in the sense of the present condition and allows one to focus on present issues and problems, and provide possible answers. This research helps to answer questions such as where did we come from, where are we, who are we now and where do we go?

12. Ethnographic visualization. This uses visual data collection methods including video, speech, photo-elicitation, collage, drawing, and mapping. Such methods were used widely as a methodological participatory tool and to make the ordinary strange.

13. Auto-ethnography, or self-analysis, is a form of research design in which the researcher uses his or her personal experience to tackle a problem.

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