Use the “Contrast Table” as a template.
Using the information from your submitted assignment “Application of Qualitative Descriptive Design,” and your submitted “Application of Case Study Design,” enter the revised components into the respective columns in the “Contrast Table.” Be sure you are entering information that has been revised based on the instructor feedback from your original submissions.
Write a reflection IN the contrast table template (300 words) that provides a bulleted list of the changes you made to the paper and discusses your revision process including how you incorporated the instructor’s feedback into the revised version.
Similar to an abstract, this section will receive its own page following the title page and preceding the introduction to the paper.
Consider the possibility of conducting your proposed topic research study using a phenomenology design. Enter the components into the Phenomenology column in the “Contrast Table.”
In 1300 words, contrast the use of qualitative descriptive, case study, and phenomenology designs for your proposed topic research.
What are the strengths and weaknesses of each design relative to your study? Enter your response in the space provided in the “Contrast Table” resource.
Directions: Complete the table below and the subsequent contrast statement for your proposed study. You should include information from your Topic 3 and Topic 5 assignments that has been revised based on instructor feedback.
Component Qualitative Descriptive
(Revised based on Instructor Feedback) Case Study
(Revised based on Instructor Feedback) Phenomenology
Research Questions (At Least Two)
Analysis of the Feasibility of Conducting the Study
Analysis of the Alignment of the Study Components
Analysis of the Fit of This Design to the Proposed Problem Statement, Purpose Statement, and Research Questions
Contrast of Study Designs
In 1,300 words, contrast qualitative descriptive, case study, and phenomenology designs considering your proposed dissertation research. What are the strengths and weaknesses of each design relative to your study?