Quantitative

Introduction This section contains recommendations for materials that will help in understanding  quantitative methods in the context of design research studies.


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Primary

Flick, Uwe. 2014. An introduction to Qualitative Research. Sage. pp.25-38 [clear comparison between quantitative and qualitative approaches] |  pdf  |  weblink  |  review  |


Secondary

Balnaves, Mark, and Peter Caputi. 2001. Introduction to quantitative research: an investigative approach. Sage.
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Verma , Harish L. 1978. Introduction to quantitative methods : a managerial emphasis. Wiley.
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Bibliography

Basant, K. P. 2002. SPSS in practice: An illustrated guide. London: Arnold Press.
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Fielding , Jane L. 2000. Understanding social statistics. SAGE
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Lipsey , Mark W. 1990. Design sensitivity : statistical power for experimental research. Sage Publications.
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Lynn, P. 1996. ‘Principles of sampling’. In: Greenfield, T. (ed). Research methods: Guides for postgraduates. London: Arnold Publications.
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Sudman Seymour. 1983. “Applied Sampling.” Handbook of Survey Research, Peter H. Rossi and A. Anderson. Academic Press.
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Weber, Robert P. 1985. Basic Content Analysis. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications.
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