Analyze Qualitative and Quantitative Research. Subject: Autism in education – higher education

Analyze Qualitative and Quantitative Research. Subject: Autism in education – higher education

Assignment: Analyze Qualitative and Quantitative Research Subject: Autism in education – higher education Due July 2 at 11:59 PM Consider the potential qualitative research topic you might choose for your Signature Assignment. This can be a topic you have examined in previous courses or one you have recently become interested in exploring further. This topic would ideally be suitable for your dissertation, although this is not a requirement for this course. Once you have chosen a fairly broad topic, select three peer-reviewed, qualitative research articles related to your potential topic of interest peer reviewed Library. Ensure the sources involve actual conducted qualitative studies and not a review of a multitude of previously conducted qualitative research. For each article, discuss the following elements: • Identify the research problem, issue, or interest. • Explain the purpose or intent of the research. • Summarize the research questions(s) or focus. • Identify the specific qualitative design. • Identify and describe the sample/participants and potential population. • Explain how data were collected. • Examine and summarize how the ethical treatment of the human subjects was ensured. • Determine how the qualitative data were analyzed. • Explain how researcher bias was reduced and objectivity and trustworthiness in the results were reinforced within the qualitative research framework. • Briefly reflect on the overall strengths and weaknesses of the reviewed qualitative research. Length: 5-7 pages, not including title and reference page. Be sure to cite and reference your three selected research articles. Your assignment should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts presented in the course by providing new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards.