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D20 Number Negotiations in the Dispute: The actual number of negotiations attempted in the dispute
D21 Number Arbitrations in the Dispute: The actual number of arbitration attempts in the dispute
Part I: Correlation **Analysis**
The two **quantitative** variables selected from the mediation data set (Bercovitch) are Total Conflict Management Efforts and Number Mediation Efforts . The scatter plot of these variables suggests that there is a strong positive correlation exists between these variables (figure 1).
Figure 1: Total Conflict Management Efforts vs. Number Mediation Efforts (Scatterplot)
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Quantitative Methods and Analysis.... It presents in-depth information that can be critically evaluated due to small number of candidates (Lodico & Spaulding, 2010).
Disadvantages
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References
Bluman, Allan G. (2004). Elementary Statistics (5th ed.). U.S.A: McGraw Hill.
Dörnyei, Zöltan and Taguchi, Tatsuya. (2010). Questionnaires in second language research. (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Taylor & Francis.
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