Third having committed detail the tool s you have committed to in 10 sentences

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Third, having committed, detail the tool (s) you have committed to in 10 sentences (200 words) per tool using at least three textbooks (including Bryman 2012 and others published after 2010) ending with a sentence justifying why you have committed to such a tool. Fourth, describe three journal articles (100 words for each article), reasonably similar to your research that have applied the analysis tool that you have elected to use. State (i.) the aim and objectives of their research, (ii) the reason(s) why they selected this analysis tool, (iii) the benefit they derived from using this tool, and (iv) pointing out the benefit of this tool to your research. Conclude this session by pointing out the benefit of this analysis tool to your research. 3.3.6 Description of the research respondents At research reporting (after you have already collected data), you need to describe important characteristics of the research respondents (those you actually derived data from) to authenticate them as the most appropriate providers of information. Such characteristics might include (i.) demographic (age, sex, education), (ii) key attributes of the respondents, (iii) role (job title) of respondent in the research setting, (iv) number of years in the research setting, (v.) physical elements of the research setting, and (vi.) number of individuals (and their relationship) that are present during the interview. 32
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Similarly, at research proposal level, you need to point out the important characteristics that you will use to describe your research respondents (those you actually derive data from) to authenticate them as the most appropriate providers of information. However, you cannot actually describe them because you have not yet collected the data from them. 3.4 Research strengthens—reliability and validity measures applied First, using at least three textbooks (including Bryman 2012 and others published after 2010), generally describe reliability and validity in research and why one should ensure reliability and validity (100 words). Second, using at least three textbooks (including Bryman 2012 and others published after 2010), detail research reliability as well as what you should do (or did) to ensure that your research is (was) reliable (100 words). Third, describe one journal article (150 words), reasonably similar to your research that have ensured reliability the way you are proposing. State (i.) the aim and objectives of their research, (ii) the reason(s) why they selected this measure (iii) the benefit they derived from applying this measure, and (iv) pointing out the benefit of this measure to your research. Fourth, using at least three textbooks (including Bryman 2012 and others published after 2010), detail research validity ending with JUST mentioning as well as the four main types of validating research—that is, measurement validity, internal validity, external validity, and ecological validity for a quantitative research strategy or credibility, dependability, transferability, and conformability for a qualitative research strategy.
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