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Filter by:All ThreadsSort by:Yolanda Williams Discussion 2 Question #1Contains unread postsYolanda Williams posted Apr 18, 2018 9:55 PM SubscribeExploring the rate of seasonal-pattern depression in an Inuit communityMethodology: Descriptive qualitative. Descriptive research design is appropriate here. The reason for choosing such a method is that the researcher will need to look into records of patients, conduct interviews and even make observations. Descriptive research design is the best for it describes fully the data gotten regarding seasonal-pattern depressionDemocracy in AmericaMethodology: Explanatory research design. Research design: Mixed research design. Rationale: The method can be used in analyzing the data received from the qualitative and quantitative research methods. It also complements the strengths of a single design as well as overcoming the weaknesses of asingle method.The relationship between compassion fatigue and burnout among critical care nursesMethodology: Correlational/ regression analysis. Research design: Diagnostic research design. Rationale: The correlational method shows the relationship between the two variables. The diagnostic research design focuses on providing the root cause of the problem and provides a suitable solution.Two drugs for Alzheimer’s show promiseQualitative research method is used. The appropriate research design used is descriptive research design. The rationale behind this is that the researcher needs to describe the two drugs fully for the audience to understand
Evaluating technology with student successMethodology: Quasi experimental. Research design: Experimental research design. Rationale: Quasi-experimental method compares the students who succeeds and those who do not, with their access to technology. The experimental research design shows the difference in results of the two groups of students.Factors that influence weight control among womenMethod: quantitative research method. Research design: Diagnostic research design. Rationale: Quantitative method provides figures to be used in analysis. The diagnostic research design focuses on providing the root cause of the problem and provides a suitable solution.The meaning of living with brain injury and stroke10 years after the injuryMethod: Descriptive method. Research design: Explanatory research design. Rationale: Descriptive method describes the situation as it is. Explanatory research design explains how possible it is to live with brain injury and stroke10 years after the injury.