The general focus of this article is on quantitative, qualitative and interdisciplinary research methodologies. The article starts with discussing that there are advantages and disadvantages of quantitative and qualitative research methods. There ar
researchers to probe for more details and ensure that participants are interpreting questions the way they were intended
Interviewers have the flexibility to use their knowledge, expertise, and interpersonal skills to explore interesting or unexpected ideas or themes.
People don’t always tell the truth
When to Use Mixed Methods Designs?
A. When both quantitative and qualitative data, together, provide a better understanding of your research problem than either type byitself.
B. When one type of research (qualitative or quantitative) is not enough to address there search problem or answer the research questions.
C. To incorporate a qualitative component into an otherwise quantitat
shows us that cognition to males about co-habitation is more generous to female. It seems because socially the experience like the co-habitation in this research paper is more acceptable to males than females.
Q 6) If my boy or girlfriend does not want to live together with me, I think I can persuade him or her to change that mind.
Male students do not really think that they can pers
Freedom to be fulfilled in life
Opportunity and prosperity
Open, two-way communication
Community-building, service to the community
Cooperation in a community
Our purpose of the analysis by using Corpus
To categorize the numerous data sources into two parts
To see the frequency of the certain words
given by two parties
To analyze the d