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    Data Collection Method and Analysis

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    crisis, the most appropriate method of data collection for this research is the qualitative method. According to Gay and Airasian (p 627) qualitative method is the collection of extensive data on various variables over a long time in a natural setting with an aim of acquiring insights not possible using other methods. It involves three different kinds of information collection: direct observation, in depth and open-ended interviews and written documents. Qualitative method involves use of random sampling

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    Data Collection Method

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    Data Collection Method One of the methods that will be chosen to collect data for the research project will be the use of a case study. The participants will be carefully chosen from organizations in the retail sector. The organizations that will be selected will provide a well-diversified portfolio of both smaller and larger size and across multiple areas of product and service offerings. The purpose for this is to provide an expanded opinion base that could potentially allow the study to be

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    properties, collection and use of data collections methods, ways to analyse data to advantages and disadvantages (Zawawi, 2007; Saunders et al., 2009). The paper will analyse differences along philosophical lines taking into account some of the ongoing philosophical debates in social sciences (Weber, 2004) through to data collection and possibly data analysis (Smith et al., 91; Crotty, 98; Onwuegbeu et al, 2006). However, the author disagrees with the statement that the two methods can never be

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    What ontological considerations and perspectives can be related to the methods compared? The comparison of two data collection methods will be done by looking at semi-structured interviews as well as participatory observations. What they both have in common is that they are executed qualitatively and it is therefore implied that much more focus on words and interpretation will be necessary when using these sorts of methods (Bryman, 2008; 366). This will also be reflected in the ontological as well

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    3.0 Methodology In metrology will discuss the main method that apply in this research report, which is quantitative research method and delivery and collection method. The questionnaire design and sampling method will be explain and discuss in metrology part. 3.1 Quantitative Research Method According to (John W. Creswell 2003 and Gunderson 2000) giving a very clear definition that quantitative research method is the type of research by using collecting numerical data to explaining the particular

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    The following article tries to analyze and compare the research design, methods and the quantitative analysis used by two different papers. It tries to review the advantages and challenges of the methods used to collect and analyze the data. Introduction of the papers Ghoreishi F. S., Zahirrodine, A.R., Assarian, F., Gholam, S., Moosavi, A., & Mahrizi, M. Z. Z. (2014). Evaluation of Emotional Intelligence and Job Satisfaction in Employees of Kashan Hospital. The main objective of this research paper

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    approaches which are qualitative method, quantitative method and mixed method. In this study, the researcher only use quantitative method where it

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    elements of opinions and meanings behind issues in the passage and this method has been defined as a method that is used to gather data that helps to understand the meaning, reason and opinions behind a problem, while at the same time providing insights into the problem or helping to develop the ideas or hypotheses for research. Qualitative data collection methods usually use unstructured or semi-structured techniques. Some of these methods include group discussions, individual interviews, and participation

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    Data Collection Instruments Data collection is a term used to describe a process of preparing and collecting data. The main purpose of collecting data is to answer questions whose answers are not immediately obvious. Collecting this information is an important part of the process of continual developing and improving quality instruction in the classroom. To collect relative data for any evaluation, instruments are utilized to gather pertinent information. During this formative evaluation on

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    Morals and Intelligence

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    citizen. When the United States Marine Corps collects intelligence for operations on military bases with aerial photography, there must be expressed written permission by neighboring communities that may be photographed in conjunction with the collection methods (OpsO VMU-1). There are times when intelligence is collected while in training areas that bordering communities may be depicted as well. These individual families or businesses must each approve of being possibly viewed during surveillance,

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