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Unformatted text preview: Qualitative research is about noting, examining and trying to discover the deeper value and importance of individual actions and knowledge, as well as conflicting values and sentiments (Smith & Davis, 2010). Statistics are apt if they are gathered in a systematically and numerically accurate and fair way. This indicates that the facts are brought together in an unsystematic trial style, and none of the figures are controlled to surrender consequences that the researcher would wish to see. This part of the experiment intends that no bias can happen. Bias can be evaded by generating the certainty that the experimentation is evaluated by numerous stakeholders and that the line of attack has been determined prior to conducting tests. Then, throughout the research, the tactic is one that you strictly adhere. This signifies that other scientists could corroborate or utilize ones' technique to replicate the identical experiment, and would acquire the similar results. In addition, the coding must be kept steady throughout the research and be results....
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This note was uploaded on 01/08/2012 for the course PSY326 326 taught by Professor Angelawillis during the Spring '11 term at Ashford University.
- Spring '11