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c) Briefly des6ribe the challenges that one might face in- his'typ.e of study. (3 marks) d) Discuss the ethical issues that may arise in this type of research and ways to address those issues. . (3 marks) 3 23/11/2017
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00075 Question 4 (12 marks) a) In a statistics course; a linear regression equation was computed to predict the final exam score from the score the midterm exam. The equation of the least-squares regression line was y = 10 + 0.9x, where y represents the final exam score and x is the midterm exam score. Suppose you scores a ~Oon the midterm exam. What would be the predicted va ue of his score on the final exam. Explain the relationship with the value you received with other coefficients of the equation above (intercept, regression coefficient). (4 marks) b) A researcher computes the correlation coefficient between two variables and gets r = 1.23. What does this value mean? (2 marks) c) How do you plan the literature search for your research study. B ·iefly explain. ~m~~ Question 5 (12 marks) Briefly explain any four of the following terms with two examples in each: 5.1 Action Research 5.2 Research gap 5.3 Ethnographic Research 5.4 Research Process 5.5 Grounded Theory (3 Marks) (3 Marks) (3 Marks) (3 Marks) (3 Marks) 4 23/11/2017
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