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This is whereby data is collected and analyzed so as to come up with a trend or gather information from it. This is in contrast to deductive approach which collects data with an already pre-existing hypothesis and looks to prove or disprove it.
His research is also non experimental since he has no controls and his results do not have a specific precision that they must fulfill. This is in contrast to experimental research where the observer has a controllde environment and has a precise expected result.
His research is also quantitive in nature since he relies on numerical statistics to come up with results. A good example is the way he also samples several tourist hotels for bed occupancy after taxation and uses this data to come up with generalizations about the whole industry.
In one instant where he says they edited a book on Japan day to day life, he was an active observer. This can be deduced from the questions that he sought to answer e.g. why vending machines were so prevalent. From this easy, it is easy to see that a researcher can choose to use a mix of methods to best suit his aims.
Mak, J., Moncur, J. E., & Yonamine, D. (1976). Selected summary statistics of U.S. westbound visitors to Hawaii: From the 1974 Hawaii Visitors Bureau visitor opinion survey. Honolulu: University of
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The research focused on identifying crucial media factors that influence consumer behavior on online shopping. The four key dimensions that were evaluated as impinging on online shopping behavior, vis-a-vis traditional shopping behavior are: “informativeness, convenience, customer service, and experiential uniqueness” (Shen, et.al, 2006, 3).
Apart from that, bias and other possible interpretation is established. Finally, an ethical concern of secondary data shall be discussed and ways of avoiding it presented. Puffy hand syndrome In this study, the researchers make a hypothesis of admission of high amounts of sub-lingual buprenorphine being a predisposing factor to puffy hand syndrome.
A quantitative or continuous variable is one in which the variates differ in magnitude; examples of these are income, age, GNP, and so forth. On the other hand, a qualitative or discrete variable is one where the variates differ in kind rather than in magnitude, such as marital status, gender, nationality, and so on (UNESCO, 2011).
A literature review can be divided into 7 stages; they are selecting Research Question, selecting bibliographic database & other sources, choosing search items, applying practical screening criteria, applying methodological screening criteria, review and finally synthesizing the result (Fink, 2009, p.6-8).
Research Question Elderly people aged 65 and above are prone to various illnesses and conditions. In order to reduce the pain effects caused by illnesses or old age conditions, medics have come up with various drugs aimed at killing the pains. One of such drugs common among the elderly persons is benzodiazepine.
Correspondingly, a question has been framed in accordance to the literature review. Furthermore, three broad objectives have been determined in order to address the proposed research question proficiently. As planned, a quantitative research approach will be applied for the proposed research study.
Though businesses concepts may not be similar in every scenario, research papers undertake to evaluate how certain aspects influence certain decision making process in a specific area; it is upon the reader to make informed decisions based on the evidence provided in such research.
Yes. In fact, one literature authored by Guthrie and Wigfield (2000) provided the broad theoretical framework for their study as well as citing all other works within their study, thus suggesting that they