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Heath, A. W. (1997). The Proposal in Qualitative Research. The Qualitative Report , 3 (1), 1-4. Retrieved from
From finishing school to feminist academy: the impact of changing social constructions of gender on education in a private girls school in Western Australia, 1945 - 1997.
An historical analysis of the structures established for the provision of Anglican education in the Diocese of Perth, Western Australia between 1917 and 1992.
Qualitative research is a method of inquiry employed in many different academic disciplines, including in the social sciences and natural sciences , but also in non-academic contexts including market research , business, and service demonstrations by non-profits. 
In the conventional view of statisticians, qualitative methods produce information only on the particular cases studied (e.g., ethnographies paid for by governmental funds which may involve research teams), and any more general conclusions are considered propositions (informed assertions). [ citation needed ] Quantitative methods can then be used to seek empirical support for such research hypotheses.