The Attitudes Expressed During The Survey And Those Described By Andrew Smith

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There were similarities between the attitudes expressed during the survey and those described by Andrew Smith, on behalf of Why Nott? Sport, Outdoor Learning and Adventure Team, Nottingham City Council, who said their Newboat project provides progressive opportunities for young people to develop a range of life skills and a positive approach to learning. Theoretical perspective. Drawing a business proposal for a boat bus needed not just data collection but an action that involved making inquiries within the Nottingham community. The community then necessitated theoretical underpinnings that shaped and directed research. Research suggests that theory, method and analysis are interwoven and an outcome of the other invariably affects the other (Hollis 2002). However, the author offers no explanation for the distinction, although he fully acknowledges the significance of interpretation on theoretical perspectives. Nonetheless, Hollis (2002)’s conclusions would have been much more convincing if the author had considered the fact that theories are an accumulation of hypothesis (Smith 2005). According to the Yorkshire Evening post (2008), a boat bus has the potential to provide a reasonable commuter service for a chosen market. Taking that context, and applying our research methodology and other consultation skills, we were able to compare experiences of respective cities like Leeds and Birmingham pertaining to the services of their boat buses. There has been great demand in social skills from our consultancy to necessitate coherent integration of research methodologies. Mingers (2001) advocated for a pluralist approach in to research methodologies and criticized a single concept of methodology. He argued that, whichever discipline, it... ... middle of paper ... ... commencing the study, The Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) sought ethical clearance from the Hillsborough County, who had been granted a centralized unrestricted funding to develop a water ferry demonstration venture and conducted an achievability study in determining the best use of funds. The (MPO) was able to produce a meticulous evaluation of a latent waterway service and its prospective ridership. In its considerations, (MPO), considered the support they got from stakeholders, the interviews they conducted with port authorities, the department of transportation, department of development services, real estates, parks and conservation lands and many more. Important issues that needed to be addressed were security, weather, conflicts with other vessels and legal responsibility for safety (Hillsborough County Water Ferry Feasibility Study – Phase 2. 2012).

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