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“work-life balance” or “employee happiness”

What Makes a Good Research Question?

A good research question sets the stage for how the methods and procedures of the study unfold.

In this Discussion, you will identify criteria for a good qualitative research question.

To prepare for this Discussion:

Locate a a qualitative research article on “work-life balance” or “employee happiness”.

As you draft your initial Discussion post, consider the following:

What defines a good qualitative research question?
What do you look for in content, in terminology, and in alignment with the research problem?

Sample Solution

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