xploratory study exploits sample surveys and questionnaires to bring into the limelight the effects of educational inequalities in the poverty cycles. The use of the sample surveys massively saves the time that could have gone to a waste if there was conduction of actual surveys. Such sample surveys largely save the human energy and dwindles the sample errors that could thwart the process of carrying out this research. I employed a combination of both open-ended and closed-ended questionnaires to allow the collection of data from the various participants in this research.
The following categories aided selecting the populations to take part in data collection. As a start, the research targeted the population in South Korea with at least a middle-level of education. The situation is a factor since middle-level education makes the compulsory education requirement in the education sector in South Korea. Secondly, the research mainly focused on the individuals older than 35 years. For the research to take a practical course, it requires respondents that have been out of college for more than 10 years or so. Staying out of college for at least 10 years elucidates the experience gained in relation to the level of the grades attained in the colleges. The population should have related their college life with the actual society life in terms of the inequalities experienced either in class or those that related to race and gender in the educational context.
Simple random sampling will take effect in this particular research among the populations aged more than 35 years. The aspect of simple random sampling in this exploratory research helps in effecting the statistical methodologies in analysis of the results obtained. It is easier to determine the levels of confidence in the realm of simple random samples. In the bid to obtain the representative samples, there is the application of the coherent principle of random samples. Available objects in the area chosen have an