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    Different research work has different sampling techniques. I have done observational study under which I have to analyse the collected data of already published articles. Because of the observational type of study there is no definite sampling technique is used in this study. 3. How many participants will be involved? My research work is literature review so there are not any active participants in this study. I am only the person who actively participates in my study. 4. How long will this research take? All over it will take nearby one month to complete this study. I will spend few weeks to search relevant articles for my study. Than around two weeks I will spend to understand find the result of the chose articles. Then I will go for finding the vital or important loop hole of the conducted research. Then I will work on loop whole and create the new field of research of the effectiveness…

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    more accurate our final results will be. Since our main sampling method uses the convenience approach, the majority of our sample will be UFV students. Our working population, the UFV students, represent the multicultural aspect of our target population well. UFV has a variety of students from different cultural backgrounds; therefore, they will have different ingrained values and attitudes towards EF products. However, due to the mean age of students are likely lies on the younger side, this…

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    I will use a Cross-Sectional Survey that will use the nominal and ordinal scales to measure the dependent and independent variables. It will also include dichotomous questions. Sampling: My target population and the sampling frame are children ages twelve to eighteen, in grades sixth through twelfth grade, which are in disadvantaged environments, according to the United States Census. Probability sampling will be used so that it can be known in advance how likely it is that certain element of…

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    One major survey administration method is phone surveys. The phone survey method is one where the researcher calls individuals who comprise his or her sample and then has them answer the survey questions over the phone (Chamberlain, 2016). This has historically been a popular administration method, as it has several advantages, i.e., it is quick, cheap, and effective (Chamberlain, 2016). That being said, there are several disadvantages as well. For example, individuals have become less…

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    However, it may skew the sample, tainting it through introducing sampling bias. As a result, this strategy may not culminate in a representative sample of the population (Frankfort-Nachmias & Nachmias, 2008). Likewise, purposive sampling has the drawback of being based on the subjective judgment of a researcher to obtain a sample (Frankfort-Nachmias & Nachmias, 2008). Since it is impossible to assess the value of a case or determine the researchers motivation for judging samples as…

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    3.2.2 Data collection The investigation is a research method that using self-administered questionnaires or structured interviews that systematic and direct collect data from a sample and study some social phenomenon and rules by analysing statistical data (Saunders 2011). So in order to study the role of social media marketing in the promotion of the Chinese film industry, this research chooses to use the questionnaire to conduct data collection which could be a better a way to know the…

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    from the Capital Police Department (CPD). The stakeholders are the seven-hundred police officers who are employed by the Capitol Police Department. However, the surveys, interviews, and observations will primarily concentrate on officers who work at the four precincts due to the fact they have the greatest contact with local citizens. The data collection for this research starts with access to the Capital Police Department personnel,…

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    convenience. However, sampling method suffers from a major disadvantage that relates to inaccurate representation of the population, which can distort results (Wisegeek, n.d.). The authors cite that the sampling method used pose a limitation to the study. The study sample includes only nurses who were employed in the study hospital that chose to answer the CWEQ-II (Donahue, et al., 2008). In the same manner, the authors added that the Press Ganey survey, which is voluntary, may not represent…

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    The researchers sent out surveys for the registered nurses who dealt with chemotherapy products to fill out, and the nurse managers in the survey were interviewed via telephone in order to obtain the most personal, thorough data. One could conclude that the data was collected in a natural setting, as both the nurses and the nurse managers responded to the data-collecting instruments in a setting that was in their own natural…

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    In this case, their research data are based on digital data collection, which is online quantitative questionnaire survey data, interview with the focus group, and participant covert observation on selected individuals` social media profiles to analyze about participants` social behavior, "social bonding" and "privacy issues” (Jensen & Sørensen, 2013, p. 52-58). First, the online survey does not require physically presented interviewer and provide flexibility of modifying questionnaires, minimal…

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