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METHODOLOGY

 What is your philosophical position?


 What is your research approach?
 What is your research purpose, strategy and time horizon?
 What are the key questions or hypothesis originating from your literature review?
 What kind of data do you need to answer your research questions – test your
hypothesis?
 What are the advantages – disadvantages of the type of data you examine?
 What are the chosen methods you selected to answer your research questions –
test your thesis hypothesis?
 What are the key variables or measures of your study?
 What are the advantages – disadvantages of your chosen methods?
 Why have you chosen those specific methods?
 Have you justified the questions that you plan to ask to your participants –
respondents? Why are you asking those specific questions?
 Which sampling technique do you use to select your participants – respondents?
 Where and when are the data collected?
 Is this chapter specific enough to allow a potential reader to replicate your
investigation?
 How valid, reliable and generalisable is your study?
 Do you forecast any problem in the data collection stage?
 How will you analyse the collected data?
 Do the analysed data enable you to answer your research questions or to test your
hypothesis?
 Is your chosen methodology used in the literature you have reviewed? If not, why
are you using it? If yes, what is new about your study?
 What are the limitations of your study?
 Are there any ethical considerations you believe may affect your research?