Quantitative Article Review: Introduction

I assume that the article l attached is a quantitative paper, if not let me know so i can attach others . Critical analysis of the introduction? does the introduction drive the study? Authors assumptions and your assumptions? how might you revise the research questions or improve the questions ?

Hermeneutics, Phenomenology & Philosophical Assumptions in Research

I am confused about Phenomenology and Hermeneutics. I need some thoughts notes about the differences between the two, as well as help with analyzing the ontological, axiological, epistemological, and methodological tenets or assumptions about them. What are the challenges and strengths of phenomeno...

Ethical Principles in Organizations

1. How would an organization change its ethical policies as result of external pressure? Provide example 2. How could an organization benefit from applying ethical principles and how can these principles be used? 3. In any company there will be legal and ethical problems. Explain the differences a...

Analyzing and Evaluating Research Questions

Article A. Grant, A.M., & Gino, F. (2010). A little thanks goes a long way: Explaining why gratitude expressions motivate prosocial behavior. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 98(6), 946-955. doi: 10.1037/a0017; In a least 250 or more with references: Evaluation the article Grant, A....

Assessing and Recommending Quantitative Research Designs

How can I consider the quantitative research plan for my research questions, hypotheses, and variables. What kind of design would you recommend for my plan? What is the rationale for this choice? What is your rationale for NOT selecting another design? What threats to validity I must consider and...

EBP evidence based practice

Hello I need to write a paper and need some information before I can start. My paper needs to be 10 pages so I need to get started with some general info soon. Thank you for your help. My paper will be on EBP evidence based practice. Please provide references so I can do additional research. ...

Doing a perfect research

According to Griffiths there is no hope of doing perfect research (1998, 97). A normal human being loves growth, development, progress etc. and is incessantly looking for a way to attain to certain heights. This is exactly what I call "a practical or basic/fundamental research". Any type of scientif...

Practice of research

Describe the critical elements of the research process, addressing the importance of carrying out the following research steps. Limit your response to 100 words. Make sure to base the responses on at least one current scholarly sources or an article from peer-reviewed journals. (Element: Collectin...

Population and Sampling in Research

Describe the critical elements of the research process, addressing the importance of carrying out the following research steps. Limit your response to 100 words. Make sure to base the responses on at least one current scholarly sources or an article from peer-reviewed journals. Element: Populatio...

Practice of research

Describe the critical elements of the research process, addressing the importance of carrying out the following research steps. Limit your response to 100 words. Make sure to base the responses on at least one current scholarly sources or an article from peer-reviewed journals. Element: Descri...

Mixed methods for a study

Why might a researcher choose mixed methods for a study? Find an article in a peer-reviewed journal that reports the results of an empirical research study conducted using mixed methods. Describe what the researcher(s) actually did that made it a mixed methods study. (Note: dissertations are not ...

Mixed Methods Rationale

Demonstrate your understanding of the nature of the three major research methods by describing and comparing the foundations of quantitative and qualitative research for the following element. Limit your response of each item to 100 words. Make sure to base your responses on at least two current sch...

Type of data: numeric versus narrative data

Demonstrate your understanding of the nature of the three major research methods by describing and comparing the foundations of quantitative and qualitative research for the following element (1-2 paragraphs).

Belief about truth: positivism and empiricism

Demonstrate your understanding of the nature of the three major research methods by describing and comparing the foundations of quantitative, qualitative & mixed-methods research. What are the main philosophical ideas behind each method? Make sure to explore how the following epistemologies about tr...

Scientific Methods: Philosophical Underpinnings

Demonstrate your understanding of the nature of the three major research methods by describing and comparing the foundations of quantitative and qualitative research for the following elements:scientific and philosophical underpinnings.

Predictability and probability

I have distinguished social and natural sciences on the principle that natural science, such as physics or chemistry, predict events with great reliability--virtually always. We know that two chemicals will combine to form the same compound every time, etc. On the other hand, social sciences (so-cal...

Logical Positivism

Why does "logical positivism" violate the law of non-contradiction? This question is being discussed in class next week, and I'm having difficulty understanding what exactly it is referring to as well as what the key talking points/issues are surrounding this question.. Some specific (and simp...

Questions

150 words: What would be an appropriate research question in your field that would lead to a particular qualitative design? Identify the particular type of design, and justify your choice. 150 words: What are the advantages and disadvantages of using a mixed method design?

Scientific Laws

Are scientific laws invented or discovered? The traditional view is that scientific laws exist "out there" in the world and that the job of the scientist is to discover them. Kant, however, claims that "the order and regularity of the appearance we entitle nature, we ourselves introduce." For him, r...

Mixed methods research

Mixed methods research - what are the challenges of using mixed methods, what kind of research questions would be served by mixed methods, and why do researchers use mixed methods?

Analysis of article - qualitative vs. quantitative research

1. Identify your assigned article as quantitative or qualitative and support your assertion with an analysis of three defining characteristics. 2. Describe and critique the theoretical framework using the "Use of Theory Checklist" as a guide. 3. Analyze at least one assumption in your assigned...

analyze the relationship between theory and the philosophy of science

Hello, I need to develop 2 to 3 paragraph analysis of the relationship between theory and the philosophy of science. I do not really know how to relate the two. I know that theory starts out as a hypothesis, but am unsure on how to clarify philosophy of science (scientific knowledge?) To me the ph...

Philosophy of Science

Define and make a distinction between the following terms: philosophy of science, paradigm, epistemology, and ontology

Research methods (qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods).

Determine which approaches the following three philosophies of science should align with, and why: empiricism, interpretivism, and deconstructivism/critical theory. (Creswell has already aligned constructivist with qualitative and pospositivist with quantitative.)

Research methods

What are three major factors to consider when evaluating the scientific merit of quantitative and qualitative studies? Why is it important to review literature before identifying a research problem? What factors are most important in determining a research design? The response should be releva...

Describe the basic principles that underlie research practices.

I need ideas and scholarly research information for the following task. Any help will be much appreciated. TASK: Describe the basic principles that underlie research practices. It must address the importance for a research in carrying out the following: 1. Identifying a broad area of i...