As I have said in the past, “the truth is where you find it.” Sometimes a poor research method leads to a “true” result. Sometimes a rich research method leads to a “false” result. We must always place the priority on the result, not the method. The method is a means to an end. It is important, but it is not most important. Unfortunately, at times the academy places more value on the method than the result. The value of the method is derived from the value of the result.