Why do Women Face Barriers as they Make their Bid for the Prime Minister’s Office in Caribbean Politics?

i Sources of Data
• In this first paragraph (no subheading), give rationale for triangulation/multiple data sources, using cites and definitions.
• Then, in a sentence, name the various sources of data you will use to achieve triangulation, which you will elaborate under the subheadings below.
• Put the various strategies in the order of their importance to the study; for example, if it is primarily an interview-based study, put Individual Interviews first, and work down from there in terms of the strategy’s importance to the study.
• Individual interviews.
o Explain in detail your strategy/approach and cite (e.g., Spradley, 1979; Kvale, 1996). Setting the stage, how it will be conducted, structured vs. semi-structured, rationale, etc.
o Number and duration of interviews
o Interview guide or protocol (Mention emergent design nature of qualitative research and that the questions are approximate and may/ should change)
o Taping (What kind? audio or video? If video, rationale), note-taking, etc.
• Follow-up interviews/participant checks.
• Physical data.
o Documents, archival evidence, media, art, etc.
o Electronic data (describe in detail, including rationale for their use, advantages and disadvantages, use cites)
• Field notes (if not included under participant-observation)
• Analytic memos and journals. Do not include self-reflective journal as data unless you are doing an auto-ethnography.
Special message for the writer: Please note that my data source will be face to face interviews with seven (7) female prime ministers from the Caribbean; two (2) from Haiti, two (2) from Bermuda, one (1) from Jamaica, one (1) from Trinidad & Tobago and one (1) from Turks & Caicos. Those are my participants of study and my sources of data will derive from them. So as this paper is written please keep in mind the above data source and write this paper with this in mind.

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