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Section II: The Sine Qua Non for Conducting Research in the Quantitative Tradition

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The Sine Qua Non for Conducting Research in the Quantitative Tradition
The sine qua non for conducting research in the quantitative tradition

The purpose of the three chapters in Section II is to identify the quantitative concepts and their counterparts in the qualitative tradition that we think should be discussed in relation to one other. One point to note here is that the order in which we present our discussion of these topics is not necessarily the order in which the research is conducted. Specifically, when conducting research, researchers follow the design–measurement–analysis triad. That is, after developing an understanding of the research problem and formulating research questions and hypotheses, researchers (a) select a research design that will allow the research questions to be answered (design); (b) ...

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