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Survey

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Brooke Campau

on 6 April 2018

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Survey
sampling or partial collection of facts, figures or opinions taken via questionnaire or oral interview and used to approximate or indicate what a complete collection and analysis might reveal.

Strength: Straightforward and inexpensive

Weakness: It's not easy to determine whether participants are being honest or not
Secondary Analysis
the practice of analyzing data that have already been gathered by someone else

Strength: You're researching someone elses works, typically someone professional, which gives you better and accurate knowledge of the concept

Weakness: Someones research could've been proven wrong
Participant Observation
a research method in which investigators systematically observe people while joining them in their routine activities

Strength: It's a very hands on way of receiving information

Weakness: You risk having people find out
Interview
a meeting for obtaining information by questioning a person or persons

Strength: Can give you similar information to a survey, but much more in depth

Weakness: Similiar to surveys, you can't determine whether the participant is telling the truth
Experiment
a test, trial or tentative procedure done for the purpose of discovering something unknown or of testing a principle or supposition under highly controlled conditions

Strength: Can be a valuable way of demonstrating what's happening in society

Weakness: Requires lots of preparation and planning to be sure that the experiment gives accurate results
Types of Research Methods
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