Your research grows out of how you see the world, believe knowledge is revealed or constructed, and how you can structure your approach to making sense of that knowledge. As you develop your research, this involves research paradigms, theory, and constructing a conceptual framework. In this chapter we are looking at research paradigms based on how you see the world and what knowledge is believed to be, how it is discovered or created. We are also looking at how you structure your understanding of that knowledge, the role of the theory you use to select, structure and make sense of your research.
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