Qualitative research methods are typically flexible. This research method allows spontaneous interaction between the researcher and the focus group. According to Liamputtong (2009), the participant is given a chance to express his/her views, which heavily impacts the next question of the researcher. This allows an exclusion, addition, or changing the wording order of the specific interview questions of the researcher. Consequently, qualitative researchers use open-ended questions that have no rigid format for all participants of the research. This type of question gives participants the freedom to express themselves freely and in their words allowing the researcher to get authentic and adequate information from the study. Not only are the responses adequate, but also expounded since the researcher is not limited to the “Yes” or “No” answer. Furthermore, the nature of this research is often not formal allowing the respondent to elaborate his/her answer adequately and giving clarifications where the researcher does not clearly understand.