It is super important to once more be very detailed here.
Always keep in mind: If someone wants to measure the same things, will they have enough information to replicate it? ) and on average how long it took for each participant to be part of it.
Also remember: If you are reading this and your thesis is in a completely different field (biology, chemistry, mathematics), many things here do not apply. Another suggestion: NEVER be like those students who just send emails and ask straightaway what their methodology should be. So go read a few research methods books, reflect and define what your methodology should be and once you have doubts, contact your supervisor (). It has a strange smell and you need to have a specific glass to drink them (at least here in Germany).
And one final thing: In case you want to thank me, do not send cooking books or books with recipes.
The methodology chapter in a dissertation should be placed after the literature review, and the goal of this section is to impart the ways in which you reached your conclusion.