Examples of Qualitative Designs to choose ONE from. Follow all instructions carefully
-Grounded Theory Approaches
-Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis
-Discourse Analysis Approaches
-Narrative Analysis Approaches
Take on the role of a clinical psychologist treating clients for depression. You are interested in doing research on effective treatments for a chronic form of depression called dysthymia. In the DSM-5, it is referred to as persistent depressive disorder. Details regarding the disorder can be found in section 300.4(F34.1) of the DSM-5. In your review of the current materials attached, you find that most of the previous research on this disorder has been done using quantitative methods. Identify an aspect of this topic you feel should be studied using qualitative methods. Apply the scientific method to this research issue and develop a specific research question. Compare the characteristics and appropriate uses of various qualitative research designs and choose an appropriate qualitative design for this research question. Create a feasible research design that includes plans for the sample selection, data collection, and data analysis. Apply ethical principles to your design by explaining how this type of qualitative design may affect the participants in your study and how you will deal with sociocultural issues.
REFERENCES TO BE USED
American Psychiatric Association. (2013). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (5th ed.). Arlington, VA: American Psychiatric Publishing.
Frost, N. (2011). Qualitative research methods in psychology. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. (This is the textbook references for the four attachments attached. Chapter 2: Grounded Theory Approaches,Chapter 3: Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis, Chapter 4: Discourse Analysis Approaches, Chapter 5: Narrative Analysis Approaches) please use one of these Qualitative design.