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Assignment TemplateGeneric or basic qualitative inquiry (or basic qualitative methodology)—an approach toeliciting opinions, attitudes, beliefs, or descriptions of experiences that is oriented towardissues external to the participants. An open-ended subjective opinion survey about people’spolitical beliefs would be an example.To evaluate the research evidence, it is important to know who the participants are and howthey were chosen. Sampling refers to the process of obtaining the research participants to bepart of the study. The sampling section should clearly indicate the specific procedures used torecruit the participants. It should also indicate the sample size and the eligibility criteria.In presenting the results of a qualitative research study, there needs to a clear and detaileddescription that includes direct quotes from data collected from the participants. One way inwhich the quality of the research results can be judged is by the reaction of the reader. Are theresults believable? The reader should be able to say, “I understand” or “That makes perfectsense.” The presentation of the data should convince the reader of the credibility of the dataanalysis.The results section of a qualitative study is a written presentation that includes the voices of theparticipants, the reflections of the researcher, and an interpretation of the answer to theresearch question and problem (Creswell, 2007). "A weak or unconvincing analysis can alsostem from a failure to provide adequate examples from the data. . . . The researcher needs tomake sure that their interpretations and analytic points are consistent with the data extracts"(Braun & Clarke, 2006, pp. 94–95).Directions:Please answer the following questions about the qualitative research article. Forquestions with Agree/Disagree options, type an “x” in front of your selected option.Question 35.The presentation of the data permits the reader to understand how the resultswere interpreted.
Question 36.The direct quotes from the transcribed interviews support each category in theanalysis.
Write one paragraph supporting your answers and reflecting on the strengths andweaknesses of Section 3.Section 4: Discussion and AnalysisWhen evaluating an article, look first for the scientific research evidence. Again, examples ofnonscientific evidence are opinions, value judgments, personal experiences, unsupportedassertions, and second-hand reports.12
Assignment TemplateWhen you are dissecting the findings of the study or the researcher's presentation andinterpretation of results, certain questions can help with this evaluation. How do you decide whatevidence to believe? The following questions will be helpful:Where is the evidence (the words of the participants in qualitative research)?

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