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NSG3029 W4 ProjectResearch TemplateWildaliz ColonWeek 4 TemplateQuantitative Article“Spirituality as a Predictive Factor for Signing an Organ Donor Card”Qualitative Article “Health Education Needs of Incarcerated Women”Identify and describe the sample including demographics, in the studies chosen in W2 Assignment 2A descriptive cross-sectional survey conducted in Israel with a sample of 312 respondents from the general population, of whom 220 (70.5%) signed an organ donor card. Data were collected during April–June 2013 (Bortz, Ashkenazi, & Melnikov, 2015, p. 25).A qualitative, naturalist design was used for this investigation. Two focus groups were conducted at a Midwestern, state correctional facility for women. The facility houses three groups of women: minimum-, medium-, and maximum-security inmates. Because focus groups were conducted within the correctional facility, inmates provided unique insight into their lives within prison walls. Their responses to guiding questions were allowed to unfold and guided the development of emergent themes (Dinkel & Schmidt, 2015, p. 230).Discuss the steps of the data collection process used in the studiesParticipants completed a paper questionnaire and a Web-based questionnaire consisting of four sections: spiritual health, purpose in life, attitudes toward organ donation, and social-demographic questions. Descriptive statistics, t test, chi-square test, and a logistic regression analysis were performed (Bortz, Ashkenazi, & Melnikov, 2015, p. 25).This was a naturalistic qualitative study. Focus groups included two groups of adult women incarcerated in a state corrections facility. One group consisted of women housed in maximum security, and one group consisted of women housed in medium security. Data were analyzed using a constant comparison approach (Dinkel & Schmidt, 2015, p. 229). Identify the study variables (independent and dependent)Among the variables that can affect signing or the avoidance of signing an organ donor card are the individual’s religious beliefs and attitudes toward organ donation and transplantation (Bortz, Ashkenazi, & Melnikov, 2015, p. 25). Between the cognitive-based variables are attitudes toward and knowledge about organ donation. Amongst the noncognitive