Qualitative and Qualitative Methods

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Qualitative and Qualitative Methods

  1. 1. UNIVERSIDAD DE LA AMAZONIA EDUCATION SCIENCES FACULTY ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING PROGRAM PEDAGOGICAL RESEARCH I II-2013 LIZETH VANESSA LONDOÑO SILVA FREDY CLAROS PEÑA YEISON VARGAS QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE METHODS
  2. 2. 1. Method Definition 2. Qualitative and Quantitative Definition 3. Qualitative Methods 4. Quantitative Methods 5. Difference Between Qualitative and Quantitative Methods. 6. References 7. Activity
  3. 3. METHOD PROCESS RESULT
  4. 4. DEFINITION QUALITATIVE QUANTITATIVE It is objective is the description of the qualities of a phenomenon. It is that in which data are collected and analyzed quantitative variables.
  5. 5. QUANTITATIVE METHOD Is based on positivism as well as in the neo-positivist Is based on explanatory paradigm Result-oriented Studies and analyzes large amounts of data through statistical techniques.. Determined casual relationships through the collection of data
  6. 6. TYPESOFQUANTITATIVE METHODS EXPERIMENTAL QUASI-EXPERIMENTAL NO EXPERIMENTAL
  7. 7. EXPERIMENTAL Experimental group, control measurements «before» and «after» Experimental group, control measurements just «after» Designs paired groups «before» and «after»
  8. 8. QUASI-EXPERIMENTAL Design with a non-equivalent control group Chronological Design series
  9. 9. NOT EXPERIMENTAL Social Survey Sectional Survey Longitudinal Survey Case Studies
  10. 10. QUALITATIVE METHOD Is inductive Not usually test theories or hypotheses. It is primarily a method of generating theories and hypotheses. Does not allow statistical analysis The base is on intuition. Research is flexible in nature, evolve and recursive. It has not rules of procedure.
  11. 11. DESCRIPTION Situations Events People Interaction Behaviors ADDS Experiences Attitudes Beliefs Thinking Reflections
  12. 12. QUALITATIVE METHOD QUANTITATIVE METHOD • Subjective • Objective • Process-Oriented • Result Oriented • Not Generalizable • Generalizable • Dynamic Reality • Static Reality • Exploratory, inductive and descriptive • Confirmatory inferential, deductive • Data "Rich and Deep" • Data "Solid and Repeatable" DIFFERENCES BETWEEN QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE METHODS
  13. 13. http://www.monografias.com/trabajos38/investigacion- cualitativa/investigacion-cualitativa2.shtml#invcuant http://www.slideshare.net/shashix/metodo-cuantitativomdo http://www.uv.es/~monterdh/RESEARCHERS/Curso_Master_UJI/(5 a)Metodos_de_investigacion_social_Cualitativos.pdf http://www.slideshare.net/shashix/el-modelo-cualitativo-3519214 http://diferencias-entre.com/diferencia-entre-cualitativo-y- cuantitativo/

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