Qualitative Methodology

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topic definitions, gaps in the study and sources are key essentials to conduct a literature review (Hart, 2008). Nature of Study. According to Babbie (2013) using a qualitative methodology is appropriate for a study using a case study in design. A qualitative methodology is one of the three scientific research methodologies that is used to answer questions in a study. A qualitative case study involves the exploration of one or more cases within in a bounded system. Methodology. The methodology is appropriate for this study by providing the advantage of using open-ended questions to probe responses of the participants by allowing participants to respond using their own formulated responses instead of forced solicitation of responses. (See…show more content…
James MacGregor Burns’ TFL theory describes the development of social values and leadership purpose and discussed his rational philosophy regarding the natural propensity of leadership Effelsberg, Solga, & Gurt (2014). Vygotsky’s social develop theory reasons that as individuals, cognition and consciousness are developed after social interaction: social interaction comes before individual comprehension Vygotsky (2012). Transformational Leadership. Effelsberg, Solga, & Gurt (2014) explored the conceptual theoretical foundation of TFL by expert, James MacGregor Burns, titled “Getting Followers to Transcend Their Self-Interest for the Benefit of Their Company: Testing a Core Assumption of Transformational Leadership Theory” and sought to predict the effects of followers’ behaviors they engage in behaviors that are selfless for the organizations’ best interest. These authors’ defined TFL theory as a demonstration of "even exchange of giving and receiving" of leaders and followers’ ideas (Effelsberg, Solga, & Gurt, 2014). Evolution of Psychology. Vygotsky (2012) discussed the scientific consciousness of the revolution era as it was developed by the proposal of history. An examination of the historical development of the science of psychology was explored to shed light on the crisis in psychology by discussing a revolutionary and historical comparison of psychology. Vygotsky’s social develop theory reasons cognition and consciousness at different times in life in “The Historical Meaning of the Crisis in Psychology” (Vygotsky,
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