According to his categorization, the epistemological divide between universalistic disciplinary/theoretical research tradition and particularistic area-specific empirical research tradition (that is, area studies) are broadly converted into, and based on, a methodological divide between quantitative research techniques
and qualitative research techniques.
Chapter 9 and 10 talk about some commonly used qualitative and quantitative research techniques
. Chapter 11 talks about making the recommendations and their importance.
Kelemen and Rumens (management, Keele U.) discuss current theoretical perspectives on management such as American pragmatism, postmodernism, deconstructionism, post structural feminism and queer theory to show how each approach is applied to qualitative and quantitative research techniques
. The consequences of management research, such as ethics and reflexivity, are also reviewed.
As we near the end of our second year, we find that 46.9% of our articles utilized qualitative research techniques and 53.1% used quantitative research techniques
. Over the next few issues of JAA, we will dedicate this section to a discussion of what JAA expects of qualitative and quantitative manuscripts.
All information is then consolidated and analyzed using qualitative and quantitative research techniques
. Data are coded by topic, clustered by broader categories, and organized under three major groups: core culture, internal and external environmental analysis, and future direction.
Cross-national, quantitative research techniques
were used to test the model on aggregated data for 15 countries from the World Values Survey, International Adult Literacy Survey, and Interpol crime statistics.
In this paper, we argue that for the purposes of researching the consequences of deviant behavior in intimate, interpersonal contexts, ethnographic research strategies are more fruitful than quantitative research techniques
. Our argument takes the form of an ethnographic case study, involving disruption of the normal patterns of a conjugal relationship.
Qualitative research methods are more intrusive and less structured than quantitative research techniques
and, thus, are appropriate when the research is exploratory in nature, when the area for examination is unfamiliar to the researcher and when the research is clinical.
Prickett (1995) noted that quantitative research techniques
used in music therapy include experimental, applied behavioural analysis and quantitative descriptive.