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What are the principles of qualitative research methodology Using one example of a qualitative research method discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using this method to research social phenomena
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...qualitative research methodology? Introduction Qualitative research refers to a mode of systematic empirical inquiry into meaning centering on the nature of human experiences in relation to phenomena. Qualitative researchers try to unearth and understand the world around them through inquiry. In most cases, this data mainly relate to the social world and the concepts and behaviour found therein. Qualitative research is a mode of “inquiry from the inside” and seeks the “why” rather than the “how” of its topic via the analysis of unstructured information. Qualitative research mainly pursues to attain insights dwelling on people’s attitudes, behaviours, value systems... What are the principles of...
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Discuss the relevant advantages and disadvantages of quantitative and qualitative methods in the context of real estate research
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...qualitative methods in the field of real estate research for acquiring the most effective results that play a crucial role in deciding the future trends of the real estate market. (Davies, pp. 30-31) Conclusively, qualitative and quantitative research methodologies have been defined, discussed, analyzed, and compared in this paper. Different advantages and disadvantage of specific techniques are explained in the paper. An unimpeded method of phenomena study can be referred as a qualitative research. Although standards are created for the data collection, most of the researchers in the real estate industry rely... Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in Real E Research INTRODUCTION Since two decades,most ...
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in Health and Social Care
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...Advantages and disadvantages of quantitative and qualitative methods in health and social care research Health care Professor 12th July 2006 Advantages and disadvantages of quantitative and qualitative methods in health and social care research The crucial nature of research lies in its objective of creating new knowledge in a field. This is done through a process of systematic enquiry overseen by scientific principles. The principles differ in accordance to the specific science or discipline in which the...
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Discuss Internet as a tool to International marketing research(implications, advantages & disadvantages)
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...research  arena.  The  disadvantages,  to  most  people,   do  not  come  close  to  the  advantages... Internet  as  a  tool  to  International  marketing  research             International  marketing  has  become  important  to  businesses  in  two  ways: identification  of  their  product  and  to  help  them  establish  strategies  for  internationalization.  The  internet  is  a  tool  that  can  offer  a  company  many  rewards,  but  their  are  certain  limitations  also.  The  paper  will  cover  the  definition  of  market research,  internet,  the  rewards,  problems  and  the  implications  of  the  internet  at  present  and  the  future,  as  it  becomes  more  entangled  in  companies....
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What is the advantages and disadvantages of cross-sections and longitudinal research for measuring life course changes
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...advantages and disadvantages of cross-sections and longitudinal research for measuring life changes? What are the advantages and disadvantages of cross-sections and longitudinal research for measuring life course changes? Introduction The research on aging can either be qualitative and quantitative depending on what the researcher aims at researching. The aging concept has had different approaches over a long time. Despite Quadagno (2014) arguing that there is no single definition of old age, Zaidi (2008) defines old age as the final stages of the normal lifespan of the human life. At most times, old aged is defined of a person of 60-65 years of age and above (Zaidi, 2008... ). For the...
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Qualitative versus Quantitative Research
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...qualitative methods each have their advantages, their disadvantages and their consequent implications. Where quantitative is efficient, uses least resources and is able to maintain anonymity with results coming from a larger population, questions that are substantive may remain unanswered. Thus, it is viewed as impersonal and margin of error is dependent upon the number of subjects. On the other hand, qualitative methods provide rich data answering how and why questions and deeper communication is established with the participants but generalization of the findings is extremely difficult and it is time as well as resource...
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Qualitative Research in management
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...qualitative data collection method, and explores its broad multiplicity of factors with regard to its significance, ethical considerations, and challenges. Table of Contents Abstract 2 Table of Contents 3 An Overview of Qualitative Research 4 Participant observation: 6 Advantages of Participant Observation 7 Disadvantages of participant observation 8 Ethical Issues of Participant Observation 10 Challenges of Participant Observation 11 Conclusion 13 References 14 An Overview of Qualitative Research There are generally two types of researches i-e., quantitative and qualitative research. Quantitative research is structured methods aiming... ? Management Qualitative Research Qualitative data collection...
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Management Research Reports- Labour turnover, hospitality
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...research method depends upon the purpose and subject of research. Both qualitative and quantitative methods of research have their own advantages and disadvantages. Qualitative research process provides in-depth understanding of any subject under study relies on the direct experience of human beings as meaning making agents in every day lives (UTAH, 2009). This process uses multiple methods like case studies, qualitative interviews etc for primary data collection. Secondary data research forms a part of qualitative study. Literature review is data collection through secondary research process and permits to collect data quickly and easily (Obenzinger, 2005). It helps... To study the reasons of the...
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Qualitative research methods
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...advantage can be seen in terms of validity of information obtained as people will be interviewed which would lead to accuracy and believable reports on the subject at hand as their answers would be based on real life experiences and opinions (Knowledge base, Web). An additional advantage of gathering data through interviews is that it gives the researcher a insight of the perspective of the subject which is the basic objective of the question this research addresses ( Qualitative research, web). References Andrew Schwartz. Qualitative research methods....
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Advantages and disadvantages of on-line shopping
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...advantages of qualitative research is its function in discovering phenomena, which is in opposition to simply confirming an already existing phenomena. The qualitative researcher gathers new information that may reflect new behaviours and practices, new ways of structuring or organizing socially, and new ways of thinking. Thus, existing ideas may be modified, redirected or added to, and, in the process, new ideas are found... ?Another issue to examine, besides the advantages and disadvantages of on-line shopping verses high street shopping is the issue of branding. This isa necessary issue to examine because branding might also influence if a person shops on-line or shops in the stores. Branding might...
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Advantages and disadvantages of holding World Cup
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...advantage for the paper. Data Analysis The data that can be obtained from secondary as well as primary research need to be analyzed properly for the purpose of arising at a suitable conclusion of the paper and for the fulfillment of the above-mentioned objectives. The primary data can be obtained from direct interview of a selected sample of 100 individuals and also through the mailed questionnaire sending to the residents of the host country of Qatar. The data hence collected will be more of a qualitative nature, as it will reflect the opinion of the individuals about the change of the overall parameters of the host country after the mega...
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Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of one or two particular research methods (e.g. ethnography narrative enquiry surveys q
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...advantages and disadvantages of one or two particular research methods (e.g. ethnography; narrative enquiry; surveys; questionnaires; interviews). Refer to three or four relevant research articles in an area you may be interested in investigating and consider the strengths and weaknesses of the methods used in each context. Survey Research The survey research methodology mostly started with social science studies where it was applied for research on businesses, marketing trends, politics, and economics (Marelli, 2004). As these areas evaluate human behavior with most public actions founded on behavior, social science principles on survey research are very much applicable to public health... ?Discuss the...
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Design-build & design-bid-build contracts. Their advantages and disadvantages
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...Advantages and Disadvantages The system of contracting proves to be an essential part in the construction projects since the planning of the design and the execution of the project depends on this contract. The design-build and design-bid-build are the two forms of contracting in this regard that are most commonly considered while planning for a construction project. While the design-build is a traditional method, the other is an alternative form of contracting involving greater complicacies. Also, these two systems have their respective advantages and disadvantages that can significantly affect the effective completion and quality of work... . This particular study thus considers the concept...
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Qualitative Research Studies
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...researcher needs to avoid bias in the selection process (Cryer, 2006). It can easily be executed by using random numbers in tables. The advantage of using the random sampling technique is that it can be used for large populations. However, disadvantages of this technique, is that it leads to poor representation of the whole population (Rubin & Babbie, 2009). Systematic sampling is carried out in a systematic way, in which the population is distributed in a special context, or in even form. Advantages of using systematic sampling are that it is very focused and easily managed, using intervals in the population figures (Salkind, 2010). However, disadvantages of systematic... ? Sustainable Models of...
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Direct and Indirect Qualitative Research Procedures
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...researcher to probe deeply in order to find out ‘expansive’ responses, which often helps in uncovering previously unknown details so that a direction is also provided to future researchers. In the indirect method on the other hand the research participants are encouraged to come out with their own versions and understandings about the issue/s being taken up by the researcher. The respondents are supposed to ‘project’ their feelings or attitudes about the situation. In direct qualitative research, while the in-depth interviews help the researcher in coming out with a thorough knowledge, but it has couple of disadvantages as well. Conducting an interview is a specialised job in itself... Direct and...
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Research methods for dissertation- Qualitative Research/ focus group
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...Qualitative researchers mainly rely on participation in the process/observing directly, undertaking interviews (direct interviews, in-depth interviews or focus group discussions), and studying documents and materials (Debus & Porter, 12:1986). These primary research methods form the core of inquiry and are sometimes supplemented by secondary research (Babbie, 19:2010). Both of these research methodologies methods have distinct advantages and disadvantages. A research approach depends on epistemologies, which vary significantly both... ?Qualitative Research/ focus group Introduction Research can be defined as a systematic process aimed at increasing knowledge. This knowledge can be that of humanity,...
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Coursework of Qualitative and Ouantitative Research
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...qualitative and mixed) has definitely added to my knowledge andunderstanding of conducting research, the following three points are what that I have gained of it. a. .Both quantitative research method and qualitative research methods has its own advantages and disadvantages. b. My observed advantages and disadvantages of the two are as below; ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE RESEARCH TECHNIQUES QUNATITATIVE ADVANTAGE 1.Provides room for objectivity and accuracy of results derived from numerical data 2. Replication of research is possible using standard means 3.Easily compared and analysed... RESEARCH METHODS I Quantitative...
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What are the advantages and disadvantages of using participant observation
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...researching and he may get more involved in making assumptions based on the existing situations and conditions. In conclusion, it can be said that participant observation is unquestionably a valuable tool of research. The advantages and disadvantages, however, need to be considered. It is suitable for the qualitative analysis of certain areas. The excellence of information collected depends on qualities of the observer or the team of observers. Certain natural and learnt abilities are required to tackle situations which may arise during and after completion of the research process. Participant observation... Advantages & Disadvantages of Participant Observation” Participant observation is one of the...
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Mobile and Internet Banking
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...Research Questions 6 1.4. Research Objectives 7 1.5. Significance of the Study 7 1.6. Definition of Terms 8 1.7. Limitations 9 Summary 9 Chapter 2 Mobile and Internet Banking 10 2.1. Introduction 10 2.2. The Condition 11 2.3. Advantages and Disadvantages: Internet Banking 17 2.4. Advantages and Disadvantages: Mobile Banking 19 2.5. The Theories 22 2.5.1. Some Factors 24 2.6. Some Issues 25 Chapter 3 Mobile and Internet Banking in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 30 3.1. Introduction 30 3.2. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: A Brief View 31 3.3. Saudi Arabia’s Telecommunications and Banking Industries... ? Table of Contents Table of Contents Fig 56 3 Chapter Introduction 4 1. Background of the Study 4 2. Problem ment 5 3....
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Qualitative methods
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...Qualitative research  2 How it is Useful 2 Advantages 2 Disadvantages 3 Participant observation  4 How it is Useful 4 Advantages 4 Disadvantages 4 Interview Checklist 6 How it is Useful 6 Advantages 6 Structured Interview 6 Less Structured Interview 6 Disadvantages 7 Structured Interview 7 Less Structured Interview 7 Visual Methodologies 8 How it is Useful 8 Advantages 8 Disadvantages 8 Coding 9 How it is Useful 9 Advantages 9 Disadvantages 9 References 10 Qualitative research  It is a research method to inquire certain solutions social sciences and market based research. It is conducted to seek answer to a hypothesis or research question. How it is Useful This research method... ? Table of Contents...
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Design-build and Design-Bid-Build Contracts: Their Advantages and Disadvantages
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...Advantages and Disadvantages The system of contracting proves to be an essentialpart in the construction projects since the planning of the design and the execution of the project depends on this contract. The design-build and design-bid-build are the two forms of contracting in this regard that are most commonly considered while planning for a construction project. While the design-build is a traditional method, the other is an alternative form of contracting involving greater complicacies. Also, these two systems have their respective advantages and disadvantages that can significantly affect the effective completion and quality of work... . This particular study thus considers the concept...
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Research advantages and disadvantages to bring World Cup to US
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...Research advantages and disadvantages to bring World Cup Soccer to US Soccer is a game of incredible esteem globally in the current times. Throughout the twentieth century, the game has gained enormous heights of fan following but America has been an exception in this case lagging behind in the race. The global popularity of soccer in the United States (US) has been less than the other countries. This can be evident from the quotes of an American book, Offside, “The sport the world made its own was association football, the child of Britain’s global presence…..This simple and elegant game, unhampered by complex rules and equipment, which could be practiced on any more or less flat open space... ...
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What are the Principles of Qualitative Research Methodology
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...qualitative research methodology? Introduction Qualitative research refers to a mode of systematic empirical inquiry into meaning centering on the nature of human experiences in relation to phenomena. Qualitative researchers try to unearth and understand the world around them through inquiry. In most cases, this data mainly relate to the social world and the concepts and behaviour found therein. Qualitative research is a mode of “inquiry from the inside” and seeks the “why” rather than the “how” of its topic via the analysis of unstructured information. Qualitative research mainly pursues to attain insights dwelling on people’s attitudes, behaviours, value systems... ? What are the principles of...
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Research methods for art market: quantative & qualitative
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...research come with diverse benefits and shortcomings, thus the importance of any particular methodological tool for conducting legal research that is independent depends a lot on the relationship and the theoretical position followed. The consideration is that the methodology followed is theoretically appropriate to a piece of research. It is however most appropriate when experiential and socio-legal methodologies are followed in consideration to advantages and disadvantages. These methodologies can however be adapted as the research changes and develops for effective reaction to the unknown variables in legal research arising... Research Methods for Art Market: Quantitative and Qualitative Part A...
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Critique of a Qualitative Research Paper
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...Research Methodology for Specialist Trainees, RCOG, London. Opdenakker, R 2006, Advantages and Disadvantages of Four Interview Techniques in Qualitative Research, Viewed on January 23, 2013 from . Ritchie, J & Lewis, A 2003, Qualitative Research Practice: A Guide for Social Science Students and Researchers, SAGE, London. Ryan, G W 2001, What Are Standards Of Rigor For Qualitative Research? RAND Corporation, New York. Winkler, A C & Metherell, J R 2011, Writing the Research Paper: A Handbook. Cengage Learning, Mason.... in the research without much critical appraisal of the secondary data. 5. Methods 5.1 Study Approach Though it is clearly mentioned in the...
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Qualitative Research Article Critique for Research in the Health Professions
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...qualitative. The article also verifies all the required information about the participants. The research question was about professional qualitative research, and the article reveals that the researcher applied a qualitative case study design. This is the most appropriate method/design of study since the article gives all its importance and advantages in the theoretical framework section. Sample and sample selection method The samples were simply volunteers and the procedure of enlisting quite open without infringing on any of the individual or institution rights. This is...
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'Can quantitative and qualitative research methods be combined or, given the epistemological and ontological differences betwe
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...research as opposed to the non-numerical data produced by qualitative research. Depending on the data obtained, the researcher is able to measure the credibility and validity of the methodology. However, there are diverse assumptions regarding epistemology, which may affect the choice of research methodology (Bryman, 2006). Qualitative and quantitative analysis have their strengths and weaknesses. Therefore, there are advantages and disadvantages associated with combining the two methods in conducting research regarding health inequality. Moreover, there is a problem in choosing the methods to combine to ensure that the research problem is addressed appropriately. Qualitative... ?COMBINING QUANTITATIVE...
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Is it really possible and desirable to use both qualitative and quantitative methods to equal measure in one research project
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...research and the subject of the research itself. In some cases, both of these methods can be used together. Pluralistic research is the term used to refer to a situation in which both the qualitative and quantitative approaches are mixed in one research project. The mixture of both of these research methods could result in a number of benefits and also come with costs or disadvantages to the researcher. This paper gives a review of the points of divergence between the two methods of research. Advantages and disadvantages of combining the two methods of research in one project are also given. Differences of the methods From the definition of the two research method, significant differences...
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Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of qualitative and quantitative research methodologies; identify the major characteristics of both methodologies
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...research questions, the techniques and methods used in the process of data collection are also different in nature and presented through separate methods. The resultant information is also different that means one is text based while the other is numeric based (Kura, 2012). From discussion about qualitative and quantitative research methods, each method has its advantages and disadvantages in concerned environment of study. In the scientific studies, quantitative research method is useful as compared to qualitative research method where critical results are nalysed for the real world problem solving. Conclusions: In this paper a clear difference between qualitative and quantitative research...
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Advantages & Disadvantages of JavaScript
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...Advantages & Disadvantages of JavaScript Introduction: JavaScript is a dynamic form of computer language which is used in the purpose of programming. JavaScript has emerged as a leading language that has been used frequently because of its feasibility to target audience. JavaScript had reached a new level of popularity after its adoption from Microsoft as a diverse language for scripting on client side. Due to increment in programming presently, deeper effects of JavaScript has been highlighted regarding its advantages and disadvantages (Quigley, 2004, p. 1). Advantages & Disadvantages of JavaScript: In order to enhance the aspect of functions performed by any website, JavaScript is hugely...
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The strengths of qualitative research, focusing on the research method of interviews and thematic analysis
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...advantages of qualitative method we can conclude that it is suitable to undertake our research method, it will help us collect more information and for this reason we will not require a large sample size, our results will also not be biased in that the research coordinator will clarify any misunderstanding of questions and also the ability to check the level of understanding by the respondents. It would be therefore to collect data using the qualitative research method. Semi structured interview: Biklen (1992) states that In structured method of surveys interviews have limited number of questions but in the semi structured interview there are set themes to be explored... )) Semi structured...
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Qualitative design and the other using a quantitative design
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...qualitative research formulates a hypothesis/ theory, quantitative research tests (and proves/ discards) the hypothesis/ theory (Roessner, 2015). As is evidenced in the two articles, there are advantages and disadvantages of using either technique of research. In qualitative research, for example, small number of samples are used which can lead to misleading conclusions (Dahlberg, 2006). The quantitative design, however, uses a large number of samples to represent the population being studied and therefore there is greater accuracy in the results obtained and the generalizations made (Roessner, 2015). However, the fact that quantitative research methods generally utilize structured data... Qualitative...
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Qualitative analysis
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...qualitative data can be analysed in a table such as the one shown below: Behaviour (class) No. of individuals (frequency) Relative frequency (proportion) Kind Rude polite 5 7 10 0.227 0.318 0.455 Totals 22 1.000 Advantages: i. One is able to get an overview of the data clearly in one glance. ii. We can easily determine the number of different individual that full under each quality. iii. The total number of the population of study can be easily determined and also the proportions. iv. They are easy to prepare. Disadvantages; i. Comparisons of the characteristics of interest cannot be easily made. ii. The percentages of the different qualities cannot be easily seen from the data, thus one... Boniface...
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Critical Assessment of a published qualitative research article
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...qualitative research article Affiliation Critical Assessment of a published qualitative research article Summary “Ethnocentricity and Bilingualism in the English Classroom” by A. Moore (1993) is a qualitative research article that gives the reader an insight into how different teachers have different approaches when it comes to teaching bilingualism in the English classroom. The article begins by introducing a composition written by Morgan, an English student, on realities that happen in his life. When the student writes that a man fell from a banana truck and his head was bleeding, the teacher does not believe something like that could happen, but to Morgan... Critical Assessment of a published...
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Qualitative method
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...QUALITATIVE METHOD 2005 INTRODUCTION Any serious research in social sciences requires from the researcher collection of information. Apparently, in order to systematically and purposely collect any information one has to apply certain method which would correlate with the purposes of research. Success or failure of any social research directly depends upon the method chosen. Consequently, in order to choose the most appropriate method of collecting information the researcher must be aware of the peculiarities, advantages and disadvantages of each method...
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Advantages and disadvantages of internet
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...disadvantages of the Net, there seems to be numerous advantages as well. Actually, the advantages even prevail over the disadvantages. The most frequent thing the Internet is employed for is research. Kids as well as students are amongst the top individuals who make use of the Internet for research. Nowadays, it is almost necessary that students apply the Internet for their research. Entertainment happens to be another popular motive why many kids surf in to the Internet. Now we are able to communicate in a few seconds with a person who happens to be sitting or even working... Children making use of the Internet has turn into a big worry worldwide. A lot of parents do not recognize the dangers concerned...
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Research Paper - Solar Technology, system, advantages and disadvantages to the world
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...advantage of solar technology (Bradford, pp. 23-25, 2006). In this regard, although solar technologies offer numerable advantages; however, it has some drawbacks as well, especially in terms of its marketable and practical implementation for daily purposes. A number of companies are confronting challenges in marketing solar technologies for commercial purposes due to number of reasons. A major disadvantage of solar technology is absence of sunlight in various regions of the globe that has diminished usage of solar technologies in those areas, as sunlight is essential for solar collectors to absorb solar radiation, enabling them to re-radiate and generate infrared... Running Head: Solar Technology Solar...
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Advantages/disadvantages of online databases
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...ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES Advantages and Disadvantages of Online Databases Total Number of Words: 1,384 Introduction Information available online is very broad and complex. Aside from the use of search engines, online databases is being widely used by the researchers in searching for peer reviewed journals and other related articles. In line with this, a literature review will be conducted to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using online databases. Literature Review Advantages of Online Databases Using online databases in search for a specific topic or article is very convenient and time saving (Vishala & Bhandi, 2009; Lim, Hsiung, & Hales, 2006; Sathe, Grady, & Giuse... Running head:...
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Luxury e-commerce advantages & disadvantages
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...advantages and disadvantages) Luxury E-commerce (Advantages and Disadvantages) Introduction With the shifts in the modern world and its changing trends, there has been an influence in the human society and living. People living in highly modernized system has adopted many quick influences like e-commerce or luxury business (Okonkwo, 2007). This influence is from globalization which has brought changes in the lifestyle and in people’s buying and selling modes. Luxury is what stands out firm in this modern system; it is something which has centered people in between desires and modernism (Okonkwo, 2007). Though advancements like e-commerce or e-business has favored to an extent... ? Luxury E-commerce...
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Recommendation: its advantages and disadvantages
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of the Recommendations Every accounting principle applied in any business unit has its own advantages and disadvantages, and depreciation is no exception. However, most companies have realized that the advantages indeed outdo the disadvantages. Advantages Increased accuracy in accounting for business assets; though... ? Depreciation Depreciation has been defined by scholars as the process of allocating costs of tangible assets over periods which the asset has benefitted the company (Peterson, 2002, P. 95). With time, the long-term assets of a company become obsolete while some lose value due wear and tear effects. These factors will reduce the production capacity of the asset ...
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ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF HOMOSEXUALS
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Homosexuals Homosexuality is a lifestyle that entails sexual or romantic attraction among persons of the same gender. Over decades, homosexuality has raised debate concerning its appropriateness and effects to the society. In such debates, proponents and opponents of each side illustrate the pros and cons respectively while demonstrating their positions, this paper seeks to highlight the advantages and disadvantages of homosexuality. Pros Statistics have shown that same-sex couples who are legally married have lower divorce rates compared to opposite-sex pairs. This can be attributed to the low number of same-sex marriages officiated annually owing to legal... ...
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Assistive Technology: Advantages and Disadvantages
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...Advantages and Disadvantage Research Study Assistive Technologies- Advantages andDisadvantage Research Study 1. Introduction Technology has intervened in every walk of life and has introduced revolutionary changes in the lifestyles of humans. The field of education is no different; innovative technologies have made their way into the classrooms and other modes of education that are being followed by the academicians in the prevailing times. Assistive technologies are also counted amongst these inventions of the modern era since they facilitate the acquisition of education by students who have disabilities. This field is an emerging one and is attaining the attention... of...
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Research, identify and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of business regulations
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...Advantages And Disadvantages Of Business Regulations Introduction Regulations regarding business had existed early in the history also but as time passed they have become more structured and standardized. Regulatory bodies have developed to look after the implementation of different regulations. Different types of regulations for business include those imposed by government, the market i.e. the industry in which the business operates (like dairy industry will have different regulations than the banking industry) and international regulations (for businesses involved in trade/business in more than one country).Business regulations are imposed to achieve...
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Advantages and disadvantages of outsourcing
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Outsourcing Table of Contents Introduction 3 2.Growing Importance of Outsourcing 4 3.Influence of Outsourcing 6 4.Benefits of Outsourcing 9 5.Risk and Disadvantages of Outsourcing 11 6.Conclusion 13 Reference 14 1. Introduction Outsourcing has become a major business in today’s world. Most of the big companies outsource their work which is not their core operation. To understand outsourcing one has to know what does outsourcing means. Outsourcing can be defined as contracting out a work which is not the core function of the business. Various functions of the business can be outsourced. The function which are...
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Advantages and Disadvantages of EU
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...ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF EU European Union is a strong economic integration that brings various nations in Europe together. It is has gained much success but equally faces significant administration huddles. Some of the evident success that has come with EU is common currency. This means most of the member countries can transact across border in this currency. However, there has been divided opinion on the socio-economic gains of this economic integration entity. This can be addressed more easily by drawing the comparative analysis of the advantages and...
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Monster
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...Advantages & Disadvantages of Monsters In mentioning monsters, most kids and adults alike would shake. A number of individuals have just encountered monsters from the films, which has resulted in most people asking whether such creatures exist. Well, the response is NO and YES. NO because certain monsters are as a result of human fancy, and YES because several monsters do exist past just the tag monster alone. All the same, there are those that are actually real. The challenge is determining whether they exist or not, and this requires firm subscription to the different available religious and/or spiritual beliefs. According to Shaw (p23), in Where...
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Psychoanalytic therapy advantages and disadvantages
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...research results established the increased danger... Global Warming Vs. Global Dimming Global Warming Vs. Global Dimming In most of the instances, people believe that aerosols with a global dimming effect are the solution needed to help in the regulation of global warming attributes. However, many view this with much skepticism because of the increase of cooling effects rather than the reduction in warming effects. This is something that people continually overlook as they continue to advocate for these dimming aerosols across the world. The fact remains that the aerosols provide a global dimming effect where lesser radiation levels reach the earth, but the trend reversed in the 1990s. Essentially, the...
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Luxury e-commerce advantages & disadvantages
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...advantages and disadvantages) Luxury E-commerce (Advantages and Disadvantages) Introduction With the shifts in the modern world and its changing trends, there has been an influence in the human society and living. People living in highly modernized system has adopted many quick influences like e-commerce or luxury business (Okonkwo, 2007). This influence is from globalization which has brought changes in the lifestyle and in people’s buying and selling modes. Luxury is what stands out firm in this modern system; it is something which has centered people in between desires and modernism (Okonkwo, 2007). Though advancements like e-commerce or e-business has favored to an extent... Luxury E-commerce...
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Globalization
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...Advantages of globalization David, et al, (2005) identified that globalization developed international trade and companies. Due to increased interaction among nationalities, countries traded with one another with goods and services they have a comparative advantage (David, et al, 2005). In this perspective, a country sell commodities it have comparative advantage and import commodities it has comparative disadvantage. This led to the growth of home and foreign industries propelled by availability... Globalization al Affiliation Globalization Globalization is a term used to mean the opening of nationalistic and local perspectives (social, political, cultural and economic) to a broader stance of an...
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Qualitative research
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...Qualitative Research Qualitative Research Qualitative data characterizes study observations and information. Qualitative data is descriptive and does not have numerical associations (Jeanfreau & Jack, 2010). Researchers can arrange qualitative data into forms that are not numerical. In qualitative research, obtaining qualitative data primarily involves exploration of research questions and hypothesis (Jeanfreau & Jack, 2010). Qualitative research may aims...
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