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The selected sample will be subdivided into three different groups which will be used in conducting the research. A combination of various sampling techniques will be utilised in seeking to ensure the researchers get the most representative and balanced sample. This will be critical in ensuring that the findings of the research can be generalised to other groups of individuals. The sampling methods will include the ones discussed below.
This approach is commonly utilised in seeking to ensure inclusion of individuals with specific qualities that are being analysed by the researcher. The fundamental reason for utilising purposeful sampling in this research is to provide an in-depth understanding of the perceptions that teenagers have regarding their body image following involvement in sport and physical activity (Suri, 2011). Purposeful sampling techniques will be utilised in seeking to ensure that the researcher gets only the individuals who fit into the specified research sample. This will be based on the women’s capability to participate in sport and other related physical activities.
The research will involve different groups of samples in seeking to present the different elements that have been defined within the research. This will involve the establishment of a sample and then selecting a few individuals from the sample to become the research participants. The samples will be stratified according to the specification for the different groups of participants involved in the research. This will ensure that the small sample size becomes representative of a population upon which they can be generalised.
The research seeks to collect qualitative data which will be utilised in establishing the perceptions of the teenage girls regarding their image after participating in sport and physical activities. The data collection process will involve conducting interviews with the selected population
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As the paper declares the requirement of high quality data which involves controlling the manner in which the data has been accessed, handling the updates of the data, and ensuring that the data has properly been validated. The process of data stewardship would ensure that the right data reaches the right person at the right time.
In critical data reporting some hospitals, lack the criteria for determining the critical results in some critical laboratory not getting to caregivers in time. Poor sample collection strategies result in contaminations of blood cultures in emergency departments since the sample handles are either ignorant or the hospitals lack apposite culture handling techniques resulting in the mix-ups.
In the recent times the banks have displayed a wide variety of problem regarding service to the customers due to which the customer has lost confidence over the banks. The general public are now seen to have low level of trust and reputation on the banks.
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The data collection and analysis strategy needs to be determined quite early in the research project as it is a key element of the research and would affect the quality of research project output.
There are various methods of data collection adopted while conducting an educational research project.
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antitative approach in education frequently have come across difficulties in explaining and interpreting their data when merely using the quantitative procedure (Schostak, 2002).
Hence, the researchers have tried to expand new frameworks on the basis of the concepts that
Sampling seems to me to be an extraordinary means in which to gather data, but how can I ensure that data gathered is not subject to manipulation? Through this brief essay I will attempt to identify a few key ideas in which can be put in place to help
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