Create a presentation to teach students about qualitative research designs. Determine the value of each of the five designs explored ( Case Study DesignPhenomenological Design, Ethnographic Design, Grounded Theory Design, and Narrative Design), and then critique the utility of each one relative to your research problem. Create a PowerPoint presentation that includes the following:

  • Cover and references slides (these do not contribute to slide count)
  • The problem to be investigated (your problem statement from Week 1)
  • A critique of five qualitative research designs.
  • Comparisons of the value of these designs
  • Evaluate the requirements and time commitments for each design
  • Defend your selection of one of the designs covered this week
  • Note: This presentation should be usable in a teaching environment
  • Length: 8- to 10-slide PowerPoint. Speaker notes (minimum 200 words per slide)

Problem Statement

Bribery is a significant problem due to its associated economic and social costs to organizations and society. Participating in bribery adversely impacts the reputation of an organization (Dion, 2020). From a criminal justice perspective, bribery is a type of organized crime. It is imperative to note that bribery is a type of corruption, with the latter denoting various unethical malpractices in organizations. Despite the widespread recognition of this problem, it has persisted in private and public organizations.

Attempts to eliminate bribery have not yielded the desired results. Although firms engaging in bribery could bolster their value by attaining merger completions and eliminating regulatory bottlenecks, the long-term consequences are undesirable (Bahoo et al., 2020). Additionally, bribery has been normalized in some organizations, making it challenging to eliminate it. An employee who bribes to be recognized as the top performing worker will oppose attempts to address the vice. Organizations must eliminate cases of corruption committed internally and externally.