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Chapter 5: The Range of Research Methods. The Range (Fig. 5.1). A. J. Veal & S. Darcy (2014) Research Methods for Sport Studies and Sport Management: A practical guide . London: R outledge. Qualitative methods (Fig. 5.2).

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Chapter 5 the range of research methods

Chapter 5:

The Range of Research Methods


The range fig 5 1

The Range (Fig. 5.1)

A. J. Veal & S. Darcy (2014) Research Methods for Sport Studies and Sport Management: A practical guide. London: Routledge


Qualitative methods fig 5 2

Qualitative methods (Fig. 5.2)

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Qualitative methods contd

Qualitative methods contd

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Qualitative methods contd

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Qualitative methods contd

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Questionnaire based surveys

Questionnaire-based surveys

  • Two forms:

    • interview format: interviewer reads out questions from questionnaire

    • respondent-completion format – respondent reads and completes the questionnaire

  • NB: ‘Interviews’ can be:

    • questionnaire-based or

    • in-depth/informal, check-list-based (see qual. above)

A. J. Veal & S. Darcy (2014) Research Methods for Sport Studies and Sport Management: A practical guide. London: Routledge


Types of questionnaire based survey fig 5 3

Types of questionnaire-based survey (Fig. 5.3)

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Types of questionnaire based survey contd

Types of questionnaire-based survey (Contd)

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Types of questionnaire based survey fig 5 31

Types of questionnaire-based survey (Fig. 5.3)

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Subsidiary cross cutting techniques fig 5 4

Subsidiary/cross-cutting techniques (Fig. 5.4)


Subsidiary cross cutting contd

Subsidiary/cross-cutting contd

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Subsidiary cross cutting contd1

Subsidiary/cross-cutting contd

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Psychographic lifestyle categories fig 5 7

Psychographic/lifestyle categories (Fig. 5.7)

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Subsidiary cross cutting contd2

Subsidiary/cross-cutting contd

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Subsidiary cross cutting contd3

Subsidiary/cross-cutting contd

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Choosing methods

Choosing methods

  • Considerations (Fig. 5.11)

  • The research question or hypothesis

  • Previous research

  • Data availability/access

  • Resources

  • Time

  • Validity, reliability, trustworthiness

  • Generalisability

  • Ethics

  • Uses/users of the findings

A. J. Veal & S. Darcy (2014) Research Methods for Sport Studies and Sport Management: A practical guide. London: Routledge


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