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The success of a research project is based on the trust between respondent and researcher.

(1) What is respondent rapport? Why is it important?

(2) What are the key ethical issues? List at least three.

(3) Why is disclosure so important? What can should you do to protect your respondents/informants? List specific examples.

Focus Groups are an important Research Methodology

(1) What is a focus group and explain its value as a research method.

(2) What are the reasons or criteria for selecting participants in a focus Group?

(3) What factors are important for a successful Focus Group? Please explain with specific business examples.

Interviewing is considered Both an Art and Science.

(1) Explain why interviewing is a “Science.”

(2) Explain why interviewing is an “Art.”

(3) Explain the impact on your research findings when the

“Science” is neglected for “Art.” Explain with specific examples.

The Science of sampling is based on a randomized collection protocol.

(1) Why is this important?

(2) What are your concerns if your sample is not randomly collected?

(3) What are some advantages of interpreting results of a randomly

collected sample? Explain with Business Examples.

Most Research Projects begin by developing a Research Hypothesis.

(1)Which Methodology is designed to “test” a Research

Hypothesis? Why? What is a “Null” Hypothesis? Explain with

Examples.

(2)How do you “test” a Research Hypothesis? Explain with

Methodological examples.

(3)What is the significance of “rejecting” the Research Hypothesis?

Explain with Examples. Does this result in supporting the

“Null” Hypothesis. Explain with Examples.

Qualitative Research includes many different Methodologies.

(1) What is ethnography?

(2) What are some advantages of Participant Observation as a Method

of Data Collection.

(3)What are some DISadvantages of Participant Observation as a

Method of Data Collection.

Collecting samples of data of a particular population is a popular research methodology.

(1)What Are the Defining Features of Probability Samples?

(2)What Are the Defining Features of NonProbability Samples?

(3)Explain the advantages and disadvantages of each sampling technique as it relates to Representativeness and Bias.

Quantitative Research is a Distinct Research Methodology

(1) What is Quantitative Research?

(2) How it Different from Qualitative Research?

(3) When is it Appropriate to use this Methodology? Explain Your Answer.

All Research Projects include a Literature Review.

(1) Why is a Literature Review so important?

(2) What is its purpose?

(3) When do you conduct it? WHY?

Well Designed Research Projects are conducted in sequential stages.

  1. What is a Pilot Study?
  2. What is its purpose?
  3. Explain why you will or will not conduct a pilot study for your Group Project.

A Key issue in data collection is the distinction between “sampling” and “measurement” error.

  1. Explain the importance of sample bias with specific examples.
  2. Explain the importance of measurement error with specific examples.
  3. Explain which source of error is most important to minimize in order to achieve “valid” results and conclusions. Cite specific business examples.

The science of sampling is designed to collect random samples.

(1) Why is this important?

(2) What are your concerns if your sample is not randomly collected?

(3) What are some advantages of interpreting results of a randomly collected

sample?

Throughout the course, we have compared and contrasted two different Research Methodologies.

(1) Explain The Defining Features of an Inductive Research Design?

(2) Explain The Defining Features a Deductive Research Design?

(3) Which one of these Two Methodologies Will you use for YOUR Group Research Project. Explain why you are NOT using the other Research Design.

Most Research Projects begin by developing a Research Hypothesis.

(1) Which Methodology is designed to “test” a Research Hypothesis? Why?

(2) How do you “test” a Research Hypothesis? Explain with Methodological examples.

(3) What is the significance of “rejecting” the Research Hypothesis? Explain with Examples.

Qualitative Research is a Distinct Research Methodology

(1) What are advantages of Qualitative Research? Present examples

of a specific Qualitative Research approach.

(2) How is Qualitative Research Different from Quantitative Research

in testing your Research Hypotheses?

(4) When is it Appropriate to use Qualitative Research Methodologies?

Explain Your Answer with specific examples.

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