Aka everything you always wanted to know about IPA sample sizes but were too afraid to ask This article explores the thorny issue of optimal sample sizes for your Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) research study. My aim with this piece is to help you...
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Aka: How do I come up with my Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) and/or qualitative research question? Updated February 2022 I am frequently asked for advice on how to come up with a suitable research question (RQ) for a qualitative study, and more...
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