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Tuesday, 20 January 2009

Cross Cultural Marriage

In this semester, my group and I proposed a Cross Cultural Marriage for our research based on Grounded Theory. Grounded theory (GT) is a systematic qualitative research methodology in the social sciences emphasizing generation of theory from data in the process of conducting research. It is a research method that operates almost in a reverse fashion to traditional research and at first may appear to be in contradiction of the scientific method. Rather than beginning by researching & developing a hypothesis, a variety of data collection methods are the first step. From the data collected from this first step, the key points are marked with a series of codes, which are extracted from the text. (Read More)

Back to the research proposal, the lecturer has approved our proposal and we need to work on the sampling. A brief on cross cultural marriage, it happens on a scale on 1 couple out of 10 couples all around the world. This cross cultural marriage can be a marriage between two different races, two different religion, two different cultural, country and so on. Each couple, of course have different experience while making sure the marriage happen. Thus on this research we would like to know their experience and story behind the cross cultural marriage.

Thus, I would like to invite all bloggers that do have a cross cultural marriage to email me with their story as I really need the information for the research. All names will be under P&C basis and will remained unknown.