1. How many will participate (sample size) and the reason for choosing this size.
2. How will your participants be selected and why: here include criteria for participants’ inclusion or exclusion. Then discuss the sampling plan you will use (simple random sampling, stratified random sampling, accidental sampling etc.). When deciding on selection criteria and the sampling plan, you should make sure that your sample is representative of the population you are sampling from.
3. If groups are formed, explain how they will be formed. Will they be formed randomly, or on the basis of some participants’ characteristics?
1. whether the instrument was developed by you or by another researcher. If you have developed your own instrument include the following information:
b) the role experts played in shaping the final form of your instrument, whether the instrument was tried on a group similar in characteristics to your sample (pilot study).
2. what concepts the instrument was developed to measure. Here, you need to show how your instrument will measure the concepts identified and not something else.
3. a detailed description of your instrument, the major themes your instrument explores, and their relevance to your research questions
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