Roth, Wolff-Michael. “Textbooks on Qualitative Research and Method/Methodology: Toward a Praxis of Method”. In Forum: Qualitative Social Research 7(2005): 1-24. (24) In Wolff-Michael Roth’s piece he explains the needlessness of separating research into two separate realities, the qualitative forum verses the quantitative method. Throughout his paper he repeatedly proposes a way of research which “locate[s] studies on a continuum between the extremes of lived-in world […] and the ideal worlds of theory…”. An approach not necessarily brazen, but one which definitely operates with some fundamental benefits.158 Roth points out that because a creature’s interpretation of a world is based on observation it takes into play both fields of research and, just as he suggests, finds a blending of characteristics from each methodology. A quality of daily life which, if granted into research techniques, would more than likely prove beneficial. His descriptive and in-depth analysis of qualitative research serves as a solid reasoning mechanism for the argument against polarization of qualitative and quantitative research, but it remains a fairly convoluted tool used to create more confusion than clarity for his intended audience. Upon gathering the strength to muster through, one is ale to see that Roth makes solid points through out the work.