There are two primary methods of collection research data: qualitative or quantitative methods.
Task 1. Fill in blanks with two possible words measuring or observing
Quantitative research uses surveys or questionnaires as well as other data collection methods. Questionnaires and surveys can be done via phone calls, self- administered questionnaires (when the client fills in the answers themselves) or when a survey taken fills in the questionnaires while asking the questions in a face-to face interview).
Interviews can be structured with the same questions for all the respondents. Or interviews may be free-flowing using a variety of questions.Questions collecting data may be open-ended or closed, in which the choices the respondents have are limited.
The main objective of this research is _______________________________ – its practice and its value.Which statement best fits as an objective statement of a study? Choose one. (Correct answers are bolded.)
When developing a list of questions, the projected answers should be considered as well as the amount of time the questionnaire will take. Care should be taken to not overload the clients with unnecessary or irrelevant questions.
Care should also be taken to make sure your question stay on point and keep to the objective topic.
In the questions below the survey team is attempting to collect information on the Dietary Health of the clients. Check the appropriate questions and leave the irrelevant questions unchecked.