Define qualitative research and quantitative research. Is quantitative research more valid than qualitative research? Why or why not?
Quantitative research - measures the outcome of results by assessing statistical data that is often times objective. In other words, researchers identify what to examine or study, pinpoint a specific target, otherwise known as a sample size based on a population, and evaluate using a statistical instrument to determine the sample size or confidence interval. Qualitative data are the basis of every¬¬ critical decision that impacts the world around us. For example, our roads, freeways, and public transportation system are mostly determined by statistical qualitative data. For instance, in Las Vegas, ...
This problem solution defines and identifies the differences between qualitative and quantitative data.