Quantitative research involves statistical and mathematical research techniques. The quantitative research methodology is based on the empiricist paradigm, the idea that evidence can be determined through experimentation. Data derived through this kind of research is often statistical in nature. For example, a survey or questionnaire may determine statistical information about a group of people, from which generalizations about the group can then be made. Quantitative data is considered to be independent from the researcher, and therefore an objective measurement of reality.
Thus in explaining the two approaches, Burian et al noted that the latter helps the researcher to come to terms with the strategies used to market the company's products thereby exploring approaches and later using [...]
He is motivated to improve the perception of students when learning science and raising the school performance in the region. Other factors regulating the performance of the students will be determined in accordance to the [...]
The assumption in many firms is that the most challenging issue of the twenty-first century is ability to attain competitive advantage through development of intellectual capital, mainly the social, human and organizational capabilities. The school [...]
Figure 1 is a bar graph showing the distribution of respondents according to the ownership of the E-car. To determine the level of awareness of BMWi3, the study asked the respondents about the attributes they [...]
The explanatory power is important in interpreting odds ratio, which describe the nature and the strength of the relationship between burnout, the dependent variable, and coping style and stress from teaching, the independent variables. From [...]
Given the significance of the agricultural sector to the economy, the government introduced the 11th five-year plan to provide support and incentives to farmers and other stakeholders in order to enhance production of food.
However, the consumption started to decline in 2006 because of the new taxation laws and the global financial crisis of 2007/2008. Majority of the beer consumers in the UK are very conservative and loyal to [...]
The scholar says that the market is increasingly getting competitive, and the stakeholders must find the means of improving their supply chain in order to minimise the cost of the products in the market.
The model assumes the nature of a regression model whereby the dependent variable is the critical mass of eMarketplaces and the independent variables are Psychology of consumers, Consumer Trust, Incentive offered by eMarketplaces' players, Cultural [...]
Statistically, the independent samples t-test indicates that the difference in the duration of eating Big Mac specials between overweight individuals and normal weight individuals is statistically significant, t = -3.
When a firm has a strong brand image in the market, the perception of the public would always be influenced positively towards the firm, and this will increase loyalty of the customers towards the firm.
The region comprises of different agreements that include the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership, the Egyptian Association Agreement with the EU, the Algerian Association Agreement with the EU, the Greater Arab Free Trade Area, the Bilateral FTAs of [...]
Sources from the government of The Bahamas indicate that the first of gambling casinos in the name of the Bahamian Club opened for business from the capital of Nassau towards the close of the 1920s [...]
Figure 1: Total population of India from 2003 to 2011 Source: IndexMundi Legal System India is a promising market to the present corporate houses and the legal system of India is very flexible to the [...]
According to the University of the Rochester Medical Center, Long-term care entangles services such as nursing home care, personal or adult care health care to individuals who have disabilities or above 65 years of age.