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Research Methodology Notes

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Research methods Evaluation methods Scientific method Survey methodology Market research Research Qualitative research Statistics Sampling Unstructured interview Primary research Questionnaire Structured interview
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Research methods Evaluation methods Scientific method Survey methodology Market research Research Qualitative research Statistics Sampling Unstructured interview Primary research Questionnaire Structured interview
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g. question/hypothesis • A hypothesis is a statement either for or against a topic or issue. o A hypothesis is usually based on an observation or a problem and it can be proven right or wrong by research. ▪ E.g. “To what extend does being an only child impact on an individual’s social wellbeing ” “Females aged between 16 and 20 are more street-smart than males of the same age group.” o Without a suitable research question or hypothesis, you will have no focus on which to base your research. Sampling The term sample refers to a small amount or part of something, whi...
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