Experiment. Survey. Primary and Secondary Data. Interview. Objectives of this lesson: Primary and Secondary Data. Define secondary and primary data Describe primary data collection methods Describe sampling techniques
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Population - total group of respondents that the researcher wants to study. Populations are too costly and time consuming to study in entirety.
Sample - selecting and surveying respondents (research participants) from the population.
A probability sample is one that gives every member of the population a known chance of being selected.
All are selected randomly.
A non-probability sample is an arbitrary grouping that limits the use of some statistical tests. It is not selected randomly.
DisadvantagesPrimary Research Methods
Select the correct types of questions:
_____ mammogram (if a women)
_____ prostate exam (if a man)
_____ lung x-ray
_____ stress test
Prepare a questionnaire (word processed on paper) that you utilized to gather the primary data for the formal report case.
Remember, you should include on the survey:
You should NOT include on the survey:
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