Differences of data

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Differences of data

Primary Data: data collected directly by the researcher.

Secondary Data: data used by sociologists which have been collected by other people.

Qualitative: produces primarily statistical data.

Quantitative: produce primarily written data.

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Differences of data

Primary Data: data collected directly by the researcher.

Secondary Data: data used by sociologists which have been collected by other people.

Qualitative: produces primarily statistical data.

Quantitative: produce primarily written data.

2 of 5

Differences of data

Primary Data: data collected directly by the researcher.

Secondary Data: data used by sociologists which have been collected by other people.

Qualitative: produces primarily statistical data.

Quantitative: produce primarily written data.

3 of 5

Differences of data

Primary Data: data collected directly by the researcher.

Secondary Data: data used by sociologists which have been collected by other people.

Qualitative: produces primarily statistical data.

Quantitative: produce primarily written data.

4 of 5

Differences of data

Primary Data: data collected directly by the researcher.

Secondary Data: data used by sociologists which have been collected by other people.

Qualitative: produces primarily statistical data.

Quantitative: produce primarily written data.

5 of 5

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