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Guided Response: Read several classmates’ posts and select one from each of the design categories other than yours (a total of three). Ask any questions you have about the design category. Compare it to the category you were assigned. What features are the same or similar? What features are different between the categories? After reading posts about all four of the research design categories, think about the research topic you chose in Week 1. Which of the four design categories in this discussion would be appropriate for studying your topic? Is it the one you were assigned or a different one? Consider replying to your own post to address your thoughts about your research focus topic’s alignment. Check your own thread for replies and answer any questions from others about the design category you presented.

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Special Communication Skills
Qualitative research design is a common method that attempts to explore and gain
more understanding of a particular situation. This method is subjective and involves
systematic approaches to describe life events and experiences and give them meaning. The
goal of qualitative research is usually to explore an issue more deeply and gain insight into
the richness found in a given phenomenon. This design provides a useful understanding of
why and how people behave and think ...

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