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Quantitative Research for the Qualitative Researcher
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Quantitative Research for the Qualitative Researcher



September 2013 | 328 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Quantitative Research for the Qualitative Researcher is a concise, supplemental text that provides qualitatively oriented students and researchers with the requisite skills for conducting quantitative research. Throughout the book, authors Laura M. O’Dwyer and James A. Bernauer provide ample support and guidance to prepare readers both cognitively and attitudinally to conduct high quality research in the quantitative tradition. Highlighting the complementary nature of quantitative and qualitative research, they effectively explain the fundamental structure and purposes of design, measurement, and statistics within the framework of a research report, (including a dissertation). The text encourages the reader to see quantitative methodology for what it is, a process for systematically discovering new knowledge that can help describe, explain, and predict the world around us.
 
SECTION I: An Overview of Research in the Social Sciences: Qualitative Meets Quantitative
 
Chapter 1: Understanding the Purpose of Research in the Qualitative and Quantitative Traditions
 
Chapter 2: An Overview of the Qualitative Tradition and Connections to the Quantitative Tradition
 
Chapter 3: Overview of Research in the Quantitative Tradition
 
SECTION II: The Sine Qua Non for Conducting Research in the Quantitative Tradition
 
Chapter 4: Choosing Research Participants and Making Generalizations: Sampling and External Validity
 
Chapter 5: Measurement and Instrumentation in Quantitative Research
 
Chapter 6: Minimizing Alternative Explanations for Research Findings: Internal Validity
 
SECTION III: Research Design and Data Analysis in the Quantitative Tradition
 
Chapter 7: Non-Experimental Research Designs
 
Chapter 8: Experimental Research Designs
 
Chapter 9: Descriptive Analyses for Data Generated by Quantitative Research
 
Chapter 10: Inferential Analyses for Data Generated by Quantitative Research
 
Chapter 11: The Complementary Natures of Quantitative and Qualitative Research

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Dr Bal Barot
Science, Lake Michigan Clg-Napier Ave
May 27, 2014

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