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    Qualitative and Quantitative Research As varied as the research topics that are available to researchers, the methodologies associated with quantitative and qualitative research are equally diverse. Once a problem has been identified, the researcher must then decide on the type of data to collect and the methodologies to collect it. What follows is a discussion of three types of qualitative research methods, a description of three quantitative research methods, and examples of each type of…

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    collect data that is quantitative, qualitative, or mixed methods. Quantitative research is defined by Creswell (2014) as “a means for testing objective theories by examining the relationship among variables” (p. 247). Quantitative data is typically collected in numerical form and analyzed using statistical analysis. Furthermore, quantitative data is generally used when cause-and-effect relationships are not under investigation (Leedy & Ormond, 2010). Qualitative research is defined by Creswell…

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    Scholarly scientific journals and peer-reviewed journals are often viewed as credible sources that other scientists or researchers make references when writing their own dissertations or research reports. However, in order to gain credibility from academia, it is essential to follow certain guidelines and organization when writing a scientific paper. From the given scientific paper, Cytotoxic Activity of Biosynthesized Gold Nanoparticles with an Extract of the Red Seaweed Corallina officinalis…

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    ARTICLE SUMMARY Reference Article classification (academic conceptual, academic empirical) Empirical Research Journal ranking (ABDC quality journal listing) A Impact factor 1.552 Aim/Purpose of article The purpose of this article that inspect how the use of metaphorical violent rhetoric influence the ethical decision making of employees by business managers. (If an empirical paper) research methodology employed (qual, quant, mixed methods); sampling strategy and sample size employed;…

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    1. The purposes to take the research is to understand its urgency and nececcity. It serves as the base of marketing since understanding of TA preference, behavior, decisions, etc is very important for any marketing decisions. A research can give us as marketers an explanation, a prediction, monitoring, discovery and hypothesis testing. There are 2 types of research - qualitative and quantitative. The characteristics are: 1. Empritical - own data of the researcher that is received through…

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    Research Methods The purpose of this research is to understand what makes college students with chronic illness resilient. In this chapter, I present my research paradigm and methodology for the study. Next, I address the aim, philosophical foundations and limitations of qualitative and phenomenological research. Last, but not least, I describe in detail the setting and data sources for the study, data collection procedures and methods of analysis for the interview data. Qualitative Research…

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    with research for a variety of reasons. They need to conduct research in order to assess programs and services, as well as the efficiency and effectiveness of the library environment they are working in. They assist patrons with accessing research materials and conducting research. Many librarians conduct academic and professional research related to their professions. When a librarian is familiar with research methods and how to conduct, analyze, and use both quantitative and qualitative…

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    Quantitative vs. Qualitative research It is always a philosophic question which type of research to choose. The answer to this question depends on the nature of the study, the type of necessary information and the availability of recourses (time, money and participants). It is important to take into account that two types of reaches are just two different philosophies, however, they are not contrary. Moreover, both methods can be used in mixed-methods researches. This type of approach becomes…

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    Quantitative Versus Qualitative Research Methods in Public Administration Introduction Quantitative research is research that has no numerical inclination but rather focuses on the quality of the subject of research. It is usually focused on the opinionative aspect of the subject matter. This kind of research is usually more useful in areas that relate to public relations. Quantitative research on the other hand is research that can be counted (of a numerical nature). This research usually…

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    Throughout this week, we read two articles. They are “What is this thing called Science?---Science as knowledge derived from the facts of experience” by Alan Chalmers and “Philosophy of Educational Research-- Quantitative and Qualitative Research: False Dualism” by Richard Pring respectively. From the first reading, the message that the author wanted to argue is that science is not exactly fact, and this is a common way that people identify science. They tend to think that facts are obtained…

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