Thanks very much. I’m not aware of the LQF books but will check them out.
I found students particularly on time-constrained projects struggle to connect aims and research questions to collecting and analysis and developed a process for reflecting on what data to collect, linking that to how to collect etc. This has a by-product of documenting this phase of research in a way that permits reflection on research design. As such it’s useful for e.g. PhD and other projects. I’ve considered the EJBRM but am reluctant to put it in a subject matter pigeon-hole (nor a qual vs quants one if I proposed a little green books type of publication. It would fit as a book chapter, but I don’t know anyone who’s writing a collaborative one.