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Qualitative research involves exploring phenomena from an inside point of view, and it provides to the researcher a complex comprehension about the subject in study ( (Rubinstein, 2010). Quantitative research involves studying the behavior of phenomena under controlled conditions that, acquiring quantitative data on the basis of accurate dimensions and generalizable findings (Johnson & Christensen, 2011). Mixed research involves the mixing of both quantitative and qualitative research paradigms. Action research involves observation and collecting of data that will help the researcher to come up solutions of solving indigenous problems (Johnson & Christensen, 2011). The strength of quantitative research is that, it is beneficial when studying a narrow number of subjects deeply as it gives a complex description of phenomena. Qualitative research assists quantitative research. Quantitative research on its own has the advantage that, it can be independently used for studying a large number of phenomena as it has some quantitative methods of collecting data that are comparatively quick (Ndunda, 2004). Being a combination of both qualitative and quantitative techniques is itself strength of the mixed research and hence it can be used for studying a large number of phenomena. Mixed research provides precise, quantitative and numerical data. The advantage of action research is that it involves practitioners who develop their own theories from their own practice gained.
Experimental research can be used in a classroom situation, specifically, in grade eight to find out whether discussion groups help in an individual’s academic performance. Here, students are organized in two groups. The first group of students is made to study individually while, the students in the second group are further sub-divided into study-groups of four. After two weeks of study, the two groups are to be given an individual self-test from which the performance of the students
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Deviation .502 Skewness -.157 Std. Error of Skewness .272 Gender Frequency Percent Valid Percent Cumulative Percent Valid Female 36 46.2 46.2 46.2 Male 42 53.8 53.8 100.0 Total 78 100.0 100.0 The gender profile shows a greater number of female to male respondents, with 46.2% males and 53.8% female.
retail market is the third largest retail market in the world. The biggest retailer of U.K. happens to be Tesco PLC. The present study has been conducted to analyze the competitive position of Tesco in U.K. which is also the country of origin. The present study of great significance keeping the internationalization plans of Tesco in mind; because in order to gain competitive advantage in the global market Tesco must have a strong base at home.
The analysis was performed using descriptive and regression analysis. The results show that all the five factors had a significant influence on e-commerce adoption leading to the conclusion that they influence the adoption of e-commerce technology. Background and problem statement Adoption of electronic commerce has been studied in a number of technology adoption and diffusion studies over the years and the interest in this topic has not stopped yet despite the number of studies.
Group 2 scores are the final test results for the experimental group. The raw data is shown in the table below, with scores being on a scale of 0 (no bulimic behavior) to 30 (severe bulimic behavior). Prior to the experiment, both groups demonstrated similar scores on the baseline test with a mean of 23.00.
s, you will develop a research question, identify the constructs and variables, and develop a causal diagram of the theory as it pertains to your proposed application.
The theories that I intend to use are Social Influences v. Priming. Social influences essentially argues that
It is the condition that affects the economy on a whole rather than a particular region. It has its link with the business cycle rather than the individual business sector (Investopedia, 2010).
The figure below shows the factors affecting the macro environment.
Social science and art yields better result when qualitative research method is used. On the other hand, science requires quantitative research for a high quality result. When these approaches are used together it is referred to as mixed research approach. This method
In the last few years, there has been an increase in distance learning programs as their main purpose is to meet the growing demands of off-campus students who either want to acquire competitive qualification online (Babb, Steward &