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Understanding theories in qualitative research
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CitationUsman, A. C. ve Bulut, S. (2021). Understanding theories in qualitative research. 4(2). 1-5.
The purpose of this research is to give readers a unique understanding of qualitative research by sketching out its historical background, theoretical underpinnings, and methods of data collection. From this study, qualitative research is deployed in several disciplines, such as behavioural and social science, to better understand human experiences, cultures, beliefs, and values. In its broad terms, it can also be thought of as a research approach that has its theoretical roots in sociology, social psychology, anthropology, and linguistics. This type of research is ideal for delving into complex phenomena that are difficult to quantify with numerical numbers and statistics, despite its trustworthiness being a concern for some readers. It therefore can be time-consuming compared to quantitative research because chains of data are generated in qualitative research that requires hours of analytical processes that cannot be performed by a software program.