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research

[ri′sərch]
(science and technology)
Scientific investigation aimed at discovering and applying new facts, techniques, and natural laws.
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This phase parallels what Pierce (2013) and Hooper (2016) discussed as intentional, systematic descriptive research that involves identifying, defining, and describing the basic facets of a construct.
It was a non-experimental research design with a special reference to descriptive research. The reason for opting this type of research was to explore the ideas and the notion of the respondents of the study.
This study was designed according to the principles of comparative descriptive research and was carried out between 15 January 2013-15 June 2014 at Ondokuz Mayis University, Faculty of Medicine Clinic of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
So the question arises: Is there a place for descriptive research?
* Descriptive research. The search to specify the properties, characteristics, and profiles of individuals, groups, communities, processes, objects or any other phenomenon that is subject to analysis (Hernandez et al., 2010).
This descriptive research is focusing on alternate use of irrigation water (wastewater) and its socioeconomic impacts in Larkana periphery.
This descriptive research study used the Faculty Satisfaction Survey (FSS) (Bittner & O'Connor, 2012) to poll NEs.
Descriptive research explores more details about a market.
This study used a descriptive research methodology the universe of study consisted of six districts of Sindh province comprising Larkana, Naushehro Feroze, Shaheed Benazirabad, Sanghar, Mirpurkhas and Badin.
Students often have difficulty comprehending the distinction among descriptive research, correlational research, and experimental research so this assignment emphasizes making that distinction clearer.
In this case, a descriptive research approach with quantitative data was used, but researchers also can use experimental, quasi-experimental, qualitative, and mixed methods designs to evaluate programs (Trochim, 2006).
Survey methodology with descriptive research design is used to test the hypotheses.

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