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(3 Marks) b) "Where it is not possible to construct a sampling frame (Probability sampling techniques all necessitate some form of sampling frame) you will need to use non- probability techniques". Do you agree with this? Evaluate. (4 Marks) c) You are undertaking a research project as apart of your MSc co rse. Your research question is "How has Sri Lanka's import and export trade with other countries altered since its entry into SAARC region". List the arguments that you would use to convince someone of the suitability of using secondary ata to answer this research question. (4 Marks) d) Suggest possible secondary data that would help you answer th following research questions. How would you locate these secondary data? i) To what extent do organization' employee-relocation p licies meet the need of employees? ii) How the consumer-spending pattern in Sri Lanka changed in the last 10 years? . iii) How the governments' attitude to the public sector altered since 1977. (4 Marks) 4
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-------------- ----------- Question 4 (15 marks) a) What are the key attributes of a research proposal? (3 Marks) b) What is meant by an unstructured interview? Give three benefits of it. (3 Marks) c) List five important characteristics of a good research topic. Giv reasons for your points. (3 Marks) d) Write short notes on any two of the following: Stratified Random Sampling Non Random Sampling Dependent variable Conceptual framework Research Question (6 Marks) 5
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