In some paradigms, your hipbone may not exist: The anatomy of research design

To follow-up on my previous post, it seems that some progress has been made. The more I delve into the complexity of debates in qualitative methodology, where the researcher is continually referred to as a bricoleur, a craftsperson, a story-weaver, etc. (unfortunately┬ánever a multi-billionaire), the more it seems that one should simply approach debates byContinue reading “In some paradigms, your hipbone may not exist: The anatomy of research design”