“Behind every method lies a belief.” (Zuboff, 1988:423) — When reflecting on epistemological and ontological aspects of research, paradigms matter. A paradigm can be defined as “a set of basic beliefs … that deals with ultimate or first principles. It represents a worldview that defines, for its holder, the nature of the ‘world,’ the individuals place in it, and the range of possible relationships to that world an its parts.” (Guba & Lincoln, 1994: 107).
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