Qualitative report. You are required to design a qualitative research study using one of the methodologies and associated topic areas below. Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA): Health. Materials Marigold interview

Qualitative report. You are required to design a qualitative research study using one of the methodologies and associated topic areas below. Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA): Health. Materials Marigold interview
Paper details:

1. Selecting one qualitative methodology and associated area of individual differences from those introduced in the module.
2. Conducting an initial search of the literature in the chosen area of individual differences to inform the development of a research question/aim.
3. Analysing this data using the selected methodology.
4. Writing a report consisting of the following:
a. Structured abstract
b. Focused introduction outlining research in the area of individual differences you have chosen to focus on and a clear rationale for the study informed by previous research. A clearly stated and appropriately worded research question.
c. Methods section outlining your design, participants, materials, procedure, ethical considerations and data analysis
d. Analysis section to include all data analysis including links back to the literature
e. Brief conclusion, including a critical discussion of the methodology used compared to other research designs that could have been chosen to investigate this particular area of individual differences
f. Reference list (not included in the word count): Give full details for all references you mention in your text. Make sure you check the Guidelines on Referencing in the student course handbook (based on APA guidelines), available on the Current Students homepage.
g. Appendices

Your report should be 3000 words (the university permits up to 10% above this limit) in length, excluding title, abstract, references and appendices. Please note that the data extracts (quotes used in the analysis) count towards the word limit.

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