Ow different are quantitative and qualitative research?

a? Definition and evidence of understanding of qualitative /quantitative/feminist approaches and related terms in the research literature.
a? Awareness of the range of work in qualitative research
a? Use of appropriate examples of research
a? Understanding of ways to assess the strengths and limitations of relevant methods and approaches.
a? Evidence of knowledge of relevant theory.
a? Clear and concise expression using appropriate written construction.
a? A coherent argument and a logical conclusion.
a? Appropriate use of referencing and inclusion of a full and relevant bibliography.

That may be useful but do not have to be use at that essay
Relevant journals include: British Journal of Sociology, International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, Journal of Contemporary Ethnography

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