Reflection on the Experience of Adopting Qualitative Methodology in Business Management-Based Research
Asian Journal of Language, Literature and Culture Studies,
The brief paper is providing a general reflective overview of different aspects that encounter researchers when adopting qualitative methodology for the purpose of their research within business management fields of study. It is briefly discussing how the researchers developed own epistemological position with details on epistemology, methodology, method, and technique applied during the research. Furthermore, the brief paper includes justification for the position developed based on the nature of the question raised for the intended research. Furthermore, the research included brief reflection on different ethical considerations that should be taken into account during the research process, and outlined possible measures and responses that could be applied by research to avoid ethical issues.
- qualitative methodology
- research skills
- ethical issues
- higher education
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