They point out that the purpose of descriptive research
is to name things, or phenomena, or to classify characteristics of things.
In this situation, the use of descriptive research
helped him to have a better understanding of the international dates market and enabled him to make better decisions about where to sell his product.
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.
may use probability sampling which includes simple random, stratified sampling, proportionate stratified sampling and cluster sampling (Shaughnessy et al 2014).
This study used the descriptive research
design as it analyzed the selection of methods in carrying out research in the doctoral program.
With respect to the research method, "Descriptive Research
method" was found in most of CSCL publications in the two periods.
This is in contrast to, for instance, descriptive research
which primarily seeks to explain reality by using models (or a structure of relations) and which uses methods that emphasize the discovery of new knowledge and verify existing (structural) knowledge without deliberately distorting reality.
aims to describe the observed phenomenon accurately.
Solution to the problems encountered in practice as a method for the production of research so descriptive research
approaches used in the survey method.
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.
It has applied results and in terms of research method is of correlative type, which is one of descriptive research
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.
, rather than evaluations, suggests that future programmes that seek to involve parents in improving their children's sexual health should focus on: