Saudi Culture Part II: Saudi Culture Family values Communication and relationship
Getting started Part III: Methodology & Reflections Quantitative [Saudi] Qualitative [UEA] Practical reasons: 1) Creswell’s observation. 2) An array of well-known scholars Intrinsic interest: personal intellectual motivation.
Two case studies Part III: Methodology & Reflections Case study 1: Aljouf Directorate for girls Case study 2: Eastern Directorate for boys
Choosing methods of data collection Part III: Methodology & Reflections Primary and Secondary Data Structured interviews Unstructured observation
Sampling Part III: Methodology & Reflections Typical administrations Representative of these administrations
An approach to recruiting participants Part III: Methodology & Reflections Advice from the literature. Requests through official “circular” Cordial invitation. ‘Future of our children’ Female manager. Tribal connection
Pilot and exploratory study of the instrument Part III: Methodology & Reflections Review of interview schedule ‘Dress rehearsal’ (Yin, 2009)
Data analysis Part III: Methodology & Reflections Techniques of Analysis (Kvale and Brinkmann, 2009) Computer Assisted Tools Transcription process. Writing &Translation process
Ethics of Research Part III: Methodology & Reflections Confidentiality (S, SS or Sara) Participant Information Sheet and Consent Form Final thesis and language (Albugami, 2007) A horrific incident
Authenticity and quality of the research Part III: Methodology & Reflections multiple sources of evidence Stage No Stage nameTypes of dataPeriod 1 Beforehand (preliminary) documents – informal visits 1 month 2Throughout (main) Interviews - field notes 3 months 3 Thereafter (supplementary) Observation3 weeks
Authenticity and quality of the research Part III: Methodology & Reflections Relatively standardized approach Trial session (novice coder & checker coder)
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