Develop a qualitative methodology design for a ficticious study

Develop a qualitative methodology design for a ficticious study

Parent involvement: Steps to make it work How do we create the interest for these busy parents to get involved? How important is it for parents to be involved in their child’s education, beginning in preschool? • • • 1-Develop a one sentence statement of the problem (“The problem is…”). • 2-Develop a one sentence purpose of the study statement (The purpose of this qualitative (design) is to…”). • 3-Develop a minimum of one research question. • 4-Include your chosen type of qualitative design (e.g., case study, phenomenology, grounded theory, action, narrative, and ethnography) in your purpose of the study statement indicating how you would plan to collect the related data. For example, “The purpose of this qualitative phenomenology is to…” • 5-Offer a brief explanation regarding your chosen qualitative design as an appropriate approach to address the intent of your study. • 6-Develop 10 open-ended interview questions eliciting specific content concerning individual respondent’s reactions, not demographic information, about them. Your 10 open-ended interview questions should clearly address the components of your study. • 7-Provide a brief explanation concerning the interview process or who will be interviewed, how they will be interviewed, how long they will be interviewed for, how respondents’ responses will be recorded (e.g., video, audio, written notes), and your role in conducting the interview. Support your assignment with at least five scholarly resources. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources, including older articles, may be included