Research Methods Review.

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Research Methods Review
Table of ContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................3Qualitative research.........................................................................................................................3Quantitative research.......................................................................................................................5Experimental research.....................................................................................................................6Evaluation of material used in the research material.......................................................................7Recommendation.............................................................................................................................9Conclusion.......................................................................................................................................9References......................................................................................................................................11
IntroductionIn this present paper, we will discuss the review of the three research methods which are used inthe last three weeks. The paper also describes the various additional resources which can be usedby the company in order to conduct the research study. The paper review three research methods,namely, qualitative research method, quantitative research method, and experimental method. Inthe last three weeks, there are various research methods which are studied, such as basicstatistical terms, the introduction of testing: nonparametric and experimental. The researchmethod is defined as the concept which is used by the researcher to conduct the research study. Ithelps to conduct the research in order to fulfill the aim of the research within the specific periodof time. The qualitative research is mainly a primarily exploratory research which is used to gainthe understanding of opinions, motivations, and reasons. The sample size of the qualitativeresearch is mainly small, and it is collected through unstructured techniques. The quantitativeresearch method is used to quantify the problem by using the statistical tools. The experimentalresearch is mainly conducted to determine the cause and effect relationship. It is mainly used inthe field of science.Qualitative researchThe qualitative research is defined as the research which is used to gain the understanding ofopinions, reasons, motivations and reasons. It is the non-qualitative type of analysis which isused to conduct the analysis of data which is collected from the respondents in order todetermine the conclusion. There are various types of methods which are included in thequalitative research such as ethnography, case study, historical research, phenomenology and
grounded theory. It is mainly an exploratory research which is used to understanding theopinions in order to solve the problem. The qualitative research is defined as the research whichis used to gain the understanding of opinions, reasons, motivations and reasons. It is the non-qualitative type of analysis which is used to conduct the analysis of data which is collected fromthe respondents in order to determine the conclusion (Marshall et al., 2013). The data is collectedthrough primary and secondary methods in order to conduct the research. The respondents in thisresearch are mainly considered to those who are experiencing the same. According toresearchers, the quantitative research method is more useful for complicated clinical situations,and it also helps to overcome the limits of quantitative research. It can also be used to be inconducting the orthopedic research by applying the knee osteoarthritis. Denzin and Lincoln et al.,2005 states that the qualitative research is a naturalistic interpretive approach which is useduniversally. The emphasis is given on the natural setting, and it is concluded by the authors thatthe quantitative research that it is widely used by the various psychological problems such asanxiety, depression, low self-esteem and others. The qualitative reviews are mainly based on thelegal samples and clinical work. The reflectivity is one of the most important parts of thequalitative research, and the interpretations are involved at every stage in such a manner that nostarks drawn between the subjects and researchers. It is important for the qualitative researchersto reflect their world of research subjects in their study. The qualitative methodologies aremainly developed to provide the meaningful insight in order to gain the culture system, localizedenvironment, and society. According to the researchers, there are different views and experienceof the humans which is collected by the researcher in order to determine the findings related tothe research study. The qualitative research is mainly a primarily exploratory research which isused to gain the understanding of opinions, motivations, and reasons. The sample size of the
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