analysis that gradually become more and factor analysis of variance on the established categories. In other words, at the very heart of content analysis is often the data or information collected end up blurred behind the numbers to finally become quantitative analysis (Cooper & Schindler, 2003).
We will write down and cautiously go through the interviews given by the respondents for the purpose of totality. In addition, we will also analyze the recording of the interviews, if there is any ambiguity, found in the analysis (Davies 2007, p. 90).
3.6 Limitations of the Study
The major limitation, while conducting this particular study, was time constraint. Due to the limitation of time, the sample size was just enough according to the chosen methodology. As far as the academic research is concerned, in most of the cases, time and cost constraints are faced by the researchers (Creswell 2005, p. 85). However, we will endeavour that the results and conclusion of the study is not affected by the time and cost constraints which are faced by the researchers in this particular study (Creswell 2005, p. 89).