In this section, Deltas were arranged numerically in descending order to clearly identify the drivers (causes) and outcomes (effects).
Following part 1: Explaining Interactive Qualitative Analysis (IQA) , this article will demonstrate how to interpret IQA results.
This is an example of an Interactive Qualitative Analysis, a research design that examines cause-and-effect relationships based on structures of meaning.
Following from part 1, Positivism v.s. Postpositivism, and part 2, Positivism v.s. Postpositivism | Perspectives in this section we will discuss the positivist quantitative method of inquiry.