In your answer carry out a critique of them using the two sets of questions listed in the lecture just above the assignment section.
4A- Identify elements of concern (e.g. resources, time, cost, quality, scope, accessibility to interviewees, generation a questionnaire, distributing the questionnaire, sample size, ability to analyze/verify the results) of your project and suggest what you intend to do about them.
5A- Choose one of the Professional Codes of Ethics associated with Information Technology. (You may choose one that was discussed in the paper or pick one that you are familiar with). Discuss sections that could influence the project you expect to complete for the Dissertation if you followed them.
5C- Pick an event or experience in which you had to make a ethical decision. It would be best if it was associated with your job, but any will do. Discuss the process you used in making the decision. What ethical theory best reflects the foundation you used to make the decision.
Analysis makes sense when it is compared and has enough data to substantiate the comparison. Qualitative research is a field of inquiry that crosscuts disciplines and subject matters.1 Therefore, a Qualitative analysis is incomplete without sufficient data to prove its worthiness. What makes a qualitative data is the evidence of the quantitative analyzing. Qualitative researchers typically rely on four methods for gathering information: (1) participation in the setting, (2) direct observation, (3) in depth interviews, and (4) analysis of documents and materials.2 Hence, it becomes an interactive process. To be able to understand the content and the subject matter, one uses multiple methods in order to be fluent and steady with the re-search. It is then that analysts start studying things in their natural settings and interpret the phenomena in terms of the meanings people bring to them. In most cases diligent attention, reporting, data collection and analyses helps make a quantitative research become a qualitative analysis. But, without interaction in the process, it always remains a quantitative and not a qualitative one.
It is impossible to recognize anything singularly. The dual always exists. Looking forward one may not wish to turn back, but there always is a past. Anything complete has both plus and the negative. I believe any creator knows what the creation can do and cannot do. By overlooking at the disadvantages, a creator looses the opportunity to better his/her creation. I completely defend the saying by concluding that had Einstein not rehearsed his work, accepting and correcting his mistakes, he wouldn't have been Einstein!
One of the professional codes of ethics associated with IT is that of having an obligation to management and promoting the understanding of