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a seeking of knowledge, data, or the truth about something

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Descriptive research is the bench science of nursing.
Survey methodology and descriptive research design was used to ascertain the degree of association of sales persons' perceptions of optimism subculture with OCB-O and its three dimensions.
Descriptive research may use probability sampling which includes simple random, stratified sampling, proportionate stratified sampling and cluster sampling (Shaughnessy et al 2014).
Practitioners primarily employed descriptive research approach (n = 350, 79.
The authors then detail their own descriptive research about successful reentry, gleaned from interviews with a selection of offenders and community corrections officers (CCOs) in Washington state.
The rest of the chapters, from 7 to 15, are descriptive research papers which have their focus on several aspects of the verb phrase construction.
It has applied results and in terms of research method is of correlative type, which is one of descriptive research types.
This is a descriptive research where the researchers identified some new dimensions of usage of secondary variables into the formation of primary variables.
Research articles published in Volume 79 contained a range of methodologies, including single subject, group experimental or quasi-experimental designs, descriptive research, mixed methods, secondary data analyses, surveys, and meta-analysis.
The propopents used the descriptive research design for this study since there was no manipulation of variables.
Descriptive research, rather than evaluations, suggests that future programmes that seek to involve parents in improving their children's sexual health should focus on:
The subsequent descriptive research has shown that we are prone to making a catalogue of predictable errors and are frankly not very good at investing at all.
In descriptive research one can imitate the sample size of similar studies, using published tables, or else applying formulas to calculate a sample size.
As a methodological frame, Afrocentricity serves as a foundation for exploratory, explanatory and descriptive research.
The ability to access and mine robust databases of patient information would enable public health researchers to more effectively perform nuanced, descriptive research.
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