Research process and methods
• Stating the alternative hypothesis of the study. • Setting the level of significance, it is based on the accuracy of the study. • Evaluating the test statistics and level of significance. For instance, t-test, z-test or f-statistics test. • Giving a conclusion based on the test statistics. Lastly, the data has to be reported to an organization or the audience. Replicate, revise, report When replicating, the same research has to be done severally. For instance, medicine researches have to replicate for assurance. Revising has to be done for the study presented to be accurate and avoid too much bias in the data (Rutley, 2019). And finally, the research has to report what they found out the field in paperwork. The study mainly explains the impacts of the survey of our understanding of the processes.
The research design mainly highlights the major events that occur in day to day lives. For instance, it highlights ways of making the recommendations and conclusions better. Descriptive hypothesis- this research type seeks to define the current or existing situation about a variable (When to Use Qualitative Research - Qualitative Research Consultants Association, n. d. Therefore, it is only based on the explanation of the relationships. Case study- These are the analysis of human beings, events, or situations to report regarding their happening (Goertzen, 2017). Case studies are mainly descriptive as they highlight the features or characteristics of their happening. Therefore, they explain the understanding based on the existing data and the current events and explaining on the understanding. Quasi-Experimental Design- This method seeks to come up with the cause and effect of the underlying situations.
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