The authors have intended to serve the book as a textbook for those who want to understand the basic concepts of quantitative methods
. This book can be used as a handbook for decision makers in business organizations as they seek to understand, develop and implement business strategies for competitive advantage.
Qualitative methods in such settings could be used to generate the baseline information and identify the research problem which could be testified by employing quantitative methods
Key words: quantitative methods
of research, statistics, religion, system of indicators, tests and statistical analysis patterns, religion and socio-economic aspects (the macro and micro level)
Of course, the student exercises would be particularly useful in quantitative methods
courses, but again, they would also be useful for qualitative researchers if only to help them understand some of the pitfalls of quantitative research that they may need to read.
The third area, data collection techniques, addresses interviews and questionnaires, while the fourth area, data analysis and research presentation, discusses qualitative analysis and quantitative methods
were used to describe characteristics of the older adolescent foster youth and advocates, and qualitative methods were used to describe the experiences of youth and advocates in the programme.
A convenience sample consisted of thirteen students (N=I3) enrolled in a quantitative methods
course during a summer semester at a university located in New England.
The SAGE Handbook of Quantitative Methodology for the Social Sciences was written to introduce quantitative social scientists, applied statisticians, and graduate students to a broad range of state-of-the-art quantitative methods
applicable to the social sciences.
Master's Specialization: The Master of Agribusiness (MAB) is a professional degree that is uniquely focused on the food and agribusiness sector with an emphasis on combining economic and business analysis, and incorporating quantitative methods
as the basis for decision-making.
Our view is that these technologies also represent important opportunities for providing tools that could advance our understanding of disease etiology by providing quantitative methods
to assess the temporal and biological response to multiple environmental exposures.
Abstract: Quantitative methods
, especially when used on large-scale data sets such as NATSIS and census collections, are powerful analytical research tools.