RESEARCH METHODS A2

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  • RESEARCH METHODS A2
    • CORRELATIONS
      • Such relationships are plotted on a scattergram with each axis representing one variable investigated.
    • CASE STUDIES
      • However case studies may also focus on typical events or cases.
        • Quantitative data may be produced when the individual is subject to experimental or psychological testing to assess what they are capable of.
    • CONTENT ANALYSIS
      • CODING AND QUANTITATIVE DATA
        • Coding is the initail stage of content analysis.
        • Because some data sets analysed may be large, they need to be categorised into meaningful sets
    • THEMATIC ANALYSIS AND QUALITATIVE DATA
      • A theme in content analysis refers to an idea, implicit or explicit, that is recurrent.
        • Such themes can be developed into broader such as 'control group'.
    • CODING AND QUANTITATIVE DATA
      • Coding is the initail stage of content analysis.
      • Because some data sets analysed may be large, they need to be categorised into meaningful sets

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