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Qualitative

Describing economic, market and other research not directly related to mathematical data. Qualitative factors are based on the assumption that economic actors, being human beings, are susceptible to acting on factors that may not directly correlate with facts. Qualitative factors may include management practices or brand recognition when recommending investment decisions to clients or brokers. See also: Assurance, Panic selling, Quantitative research.
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Although computer software programs for qualitative research are universally described as "Computer-assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software" (CAQDAS), the term "assisted" means how data are electronically stored, retrieved, and linked.
Apply ethical standards when Assignments 1, 3, 4 photographing human subjects for research purposes Producing and Analyzing Qualitative Data After successful completion of this course, a student will 6.
The papers in this special issue contribute to the debates about qualitative data archiving in two key ways.
Our quantitative data did not show a correlation between a higher density of coding staff and better quality of coding; however, our findings from the qualitative data supported Wendler and Slovensky's results.
On the other hand, quantitative research provides the hard evidence and statistics to support the qualitative data.
The qualitative data were gathered through summer journals, year-round journal entries, and camper focus groups.
The researchers transcribed the audiotapes, a common procedure used to analyze qualitative data (Krueger and Casey, 2000).
Qualitative data will give a picture of user preferences, opinions, and forecasts of future behavior.
Recent efforts to integrate the management of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) into existing maternal and child health-family planning (MCH-FP) services in four African countries illustrate how qualitative data can be used with quantitative data to detect and explain difficulties in implementing new reproductive health policies.
The workshops address a range of topics, including: definitions of violence; quantitative and qualitative data on violence against women in Venezuela and around the world; common myths about these types of crime; and the cycle of violence.
Assessment consists of both quantitative and qualitative data that are woven into the client's story as the symbols or meanings that call for further exploration.
The statistical significant was determined using the Chi-square analysis for qualitative data and one-way analysis of variance for qualitative data.

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