Describes, explains and justifies the purpose and organization of chapter 3 including the linkage to key topics in the scholarly research. Assesses the value of the research design and methodology and justifies it with several scholarly research sources. Aligns the research design to the research questions. Explains, defends, and rationalizes the selection criteria for participants, saturation, recruitment (participation) procedures, and any inclusion or exclusion criteria. Integrates recent and relevant scholarly justification for all elements of the research design. Explains and defends the setting and context of the research and, if applicable, fully describes the process of identifying, interviewing and selecting a sponsoring organization. Provides a compelling reason for selecting the organization (if appropriate) by detailing reasons for why the research will benefit both the practitioner and scholar. Constructs a set of criteria to create and subsequently judge the questions of inquiry from concept to statement development, including scholarly support and alignment for all concepts and questions. Provides an in-depth description of the interview protocol. Explains, clarifies, and aligns the coding structure. Explains the unique role of interviewer as instrument. addressing credibility and accuracy concerns. Constructs a detailed description of the process of assessing, comparing, and justifying the dependability and credibility of the data collection construct. Explains dependability and credibility (including any triangulation techniques) as it relates to future use. Analyzes and evaluates how the data is recorded; the data capture method (conversations, facial features, body language); Explains and clarifies the establishment of coding structure in alignment with the conceptual framework; details remediation procedures; and expected time with participants. Justifies their response, to these items, with specific scholarly sources. Evaluates scholarly support and viable alternatives for data analysis, data displays and software (version identified) applications. Selects the best technique based on the needs of the research and research questions; available data, and scholarly author’s recommendations. Explains how the data will be summarized and presented (types of graphs and charts planned). Selects appropriate techniques based on research the questions and the expected outcome. Explains, in detail, privacy, confidentiality and data security concerns; compares and contrasts with like scholarly research; addresses risk in comparison to benefits; avoids vulnerable populations. Explains the ethical conduct of research referring to IRB requirements and the findings from the Belmont Report. Assembles an extensive and comprehensive list of all cited references including peer reviewed journal articles.