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Constraints to sport tourism: a cross cultural analysis by Simon, tom, Gordon and Bonnie
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RESEARCH PHILOSOPHIES AND PRINCIPLES Name Institution Course Instructor Date Introduction Epistemology has its origin from Greek and refers to knowledge. Therefore, the term epistemology is the acquired knowledge or explanation of how people come to know about the existence of something (Trochim 2000, p.6)…
6). On the other hand, the term ontology refers to the understanding and explanation of real life situation while the term paradigm is the entire belief systems that help people and researchers in doing their daily activities. It defines a set of practices and activities that are normal and valid in any situation (Trochim 2000, p. 6). Therefore, proper understanding of the knowledge under study and the available research methods are the pillars of coming up with the best and practical research method which can bring about the desired outcome (Trochim 2000, p.10). In scientific research various methods are applied on various different scenarios. The paper below is based on explaining and analyzing the qualitative and quantitative research paradigms and its underlying principles as well as addressing the issue of different epistemological, ontological and methodological worldviews underpinning each of the two perspectives. The paper will also address the ethical considerations relating to research in tourism. ...
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