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Experimental research involves manipulating condition and studying effects
Experimental research IPO-Input-Process-Output
Correlational research involves studying relationship s among variables within a single group, and frequently suggests the possibility of cause and effect.
Survey research involves describing the characteristics of a group by means of such instruments as interview schedules, questionnaires, and tests.
Ethnographic resconcentrates on documenting or portraying the everyday experiences of people using observation and interviews.
Case study is a detailed analysis of one or a few individuals
Historical research involves studying some aspect of the past
Action research is a type of research by practitioners designed to help improve their practice.
(1) Experimental, (2) Descriptive, (3) AssociationalGENERAL RESEARCH TYPES
DESCRIPTIVE STUDIESIt describe a given state of affairs as fully and carefully as possible.
ASSOCIATIONAL RESEARCHResearch that investigates relationships is often referred to as associational research
INTERVENTION STUDIESTo find out whether one thing will have an effect on something else
INTERVENTION STUDIESIs a particular treatment is expected to influence one or more outcomes.
Experiment is the primary methodology used in intervention research
Biographical study is considered an exhaustive account of a life experience
PhenomenologyThe reactions, perceptions, and feelings of an individual (or group of individuals) as she/he experienced an event are principally important to the phenomenologist looking to understand an event beyond purely quantitative details.
Phenomenologyis used to identify phenomena and focus on subjective experiences and understanding the structure of those lived experiences. 
Phenomenologyis used to describe, in depth, the common characteristics of the phenomena that has occurred.  
Grounded Theoryinterpretations are continually derived from raw data.
Grounded Theoryallows researchers to develop a theory that explains a specific phenomenon. 
Ethnographic studies are qualitative procedures utilized to describe, analyze and interpret a culture’s characteristics
Jane GoodallOne of the most famous ethnographers
Jane Goodallwho studied chimpanzees by living among them in their native East African habitat.
Ethnographyis used when a researcher wants to study a group of people to gain a larger understanding of their lives or specific aspects of their lives. 
observation over an extended period of timeThe primary data collection method is
Case studyis an in-depth analysis of people, events, and relationships, bounded by some unifying factor.
ethnographic case studyrefers to a more comprehensive study focused on a person or group of people
research methodsare the methods by which you conduct research into a subject or a topic
research methodsinvolve conduct of experiments, tests, surveys and the like
research methodology explains the methods by which you may proceed with your research
research methodology

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