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Should I conduct semi-structured interviews? Do we need an experiment? Would a mixed-methods approach be more appropriate than a (mainly) qualitative or quantitative approach? 786 more words
Analysis is probably the biggest obstacle to the broader utilization of qualitative research methods. Other aspects of qualitative research – such as data collection (which is discussed at length throughout… 799 more words
Sampling is a very important consideration for all types of data collection. For audience research and summative evaluations in particular, it is important that the sample from which data is collected represents the actual population. 566 more words
“To create an overall orientation toward control/autonomy, the averages of the four orientation were combined algebraically by weighing the highly controlling score with -2, moderately controlling with -1, moderately informational with +1, and highly informational with +2. 656 more words