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Psych 310: Exam 2 – Flashcards 88 terms
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Design Product Design Quantitative And Qualitative
MGT 366 Quiz 1 Practice Problems – Flashcards 32 terms
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Marketing Research Quantitative And Qualitative Unique Selling Proposition
Advertising Giuffrida – Flashcards 90 terms
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Oscar Hall
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Direct And Indirect Costs Global Marketing Strategy Marketing Quantitative And Qualitative Statistics
MK 303: Global Marketing – Flashcards 33 terms
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Brenda Gannon
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Around The World Center Of Gravity Method Linear Programming Net Present Value Operations Management Quantitative And Qualitative
OMIS 430 Test 3 – Flashcards 89 terms
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Elizabeth Hill
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Business Management Economic Growth Quantitative And Qualitative Triple Bottom Line
Strategic Management: Chapter 5 – Flashcards 83 terms
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Cause And Effect Nominal Group Technique Quantitative And Qualitative
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Jill Lopez
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Business Cost Benefit Analysis Quantitative And Qualitative
Chapter 5 Process Focus – Flashcards 32 terms
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Sonia Kelly
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Abnormal Psychology Actor Observer Bias General Adaptation Syndrome General Adaption Syndrome Mapping Quantitative And Qualitative
Psych/Soc AAMC Practice Test 43 terms
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Marta Browning
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Center Of Gravity Method Cost Volume Profit Analysis Quantitative And Qualitative
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What is the basic distinction in quantitative studies? A) Quantitative and qualitative research B) Empirical and nonempirical research C) Experimental and nonexperimental research D) Population-based and sample-based research
C) Experimental and nonexperimental research
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What is the biggest mistake marketers make when evaluating the success of their CSR programs? A) including all significant stakeholder groups in the auditing process. B) using both quantitative and qualitative measurements C) not including all significant stakeholder groups in the auditing process D) not evaluating the CSR program because of the financial impact it will have on the firm E) failing to evaluate the financial impact the auditing process will have on the organization.
NOT including all significant stakeholder groups in the auditing process
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What is the difference between Quantitative and Qualitative Research?
Quantitative: Aims to test cause & effect relationships between variables & effectiveness of interventions, uses numeric data to describe phenomena, data collected from a large number of subjects, uses an objective approach Qualitative: Aims to understand meaning of a human experience, uses words to describe experiences, data collected from a small number of subjects, uses a subjective approach
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Which of the following statements about quantitative and qualitative research is correct?
Qualitative research works with nonnumerical data and often tries to understand how people make sense of their social world, whereas quantitative research translates the social world into numbers and often tries to find cause-and-effect relationships.
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When a location evaluation includes both quantitative and qualitative inputs, a technique that can be used is ___. A. Linear programming B. Consumer surveys C. Factor rating D. Transportation models E. Center of gravity methods
C. Factor rating
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The distinction between quantitative and qualitative methods in social research is essentially the distinction between
numerical and nonnumerical data
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Both quantitative and qualitative methods (the way sociologists can gather data about a social issue or problem) are approaches that ideally attempt to establish a __________ between social elements.
causal relationship Whether one uses a qualitative approach and collects data that is in (or can be set up in) numeric form, or a qualitative approach and collects data that can be used to decipher meanings, the goal is to establish causal relationships in order to lend certainty to the result of the investigation.
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Describe the two general categories of research methods—quantitative and qualitative.
Research methods are standard rules that social scientists follow when trying to establish a causal relationship between social elements. Quantitative methods seek to obtain information about the social world that is in, or can be converted to, numeric form. Qualitative methods attempt to collect information about the social world that cannot be readily converted to numeric form.
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