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Quantitative analysis
Quantitative analysis
10.1 Introduction

Quantitative research methods are used when you need to establish a general relationship between two or more constructs given a large number of observations. Multiple observations allow us more certainty and a great degree of accuracy when attempting to relate one construct to another. While a few observations may have been enough for us to see the linkages between these constructs if there are obvious patterns, when it comes to relationships that may differ depending on contexts and conditions, multiple observations will allow us to conduct some tests to ascertain such contextualized relationships. General relationships can thus be further examined to create strong relationships depending on the availability of detailed data. In this process, the level of significance of a ...

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