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What Are The Different Types Of Research Methodology?

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Charlie Gilbert answered
"There are two main types of research methodology- Quantitative and Qualitative.  Qualitative research focuses on behaviour (as this method is often used in the social sciences) and the reasons for this behaviour. It focuses of the 'how' and 'why' of decisions, not merely just the 'what', 'where' and 'when'. Therefore, this research method requires a smaller, more focused sample size. However, due to this small sample size, Qualitative research only produces data on the sampled individuals, and so more general conclusions can only be propositions or extrapolations of the original data. This is where Quantitative research comes in; it can be used to find empirical evidence for the conclusions drawn from Qualitative research.

Quantitative research seeks to develop and prove (often mathematical) theories and/or equations that can be used to explain or predict the observations made via Qualitative methods. Therefore Quantitative research is effectively the collecting of raw data, whilst Qualitative research is the interpretation and analysis of this data in order to find underlying meanings and patterns within it. "
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krishna dasani answered
There are basically 6 types of researches:

1. Theoretical
2. Applied
3. Analytical
4. Descriptive
5. Empirical
6. Conceptual
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Explain the different types of research methodology
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Anonymous answered
Historical,
fundamental,
quantitative,
qualitative,
casual,
time series,
applied,
exploratory,
diagnostic or clinical,
descriptive,
analytical,
experimental or laboratory,
cross-sectional,
individual or group,
conceptual.
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The point of Methodology

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