Did the study discuss the survey instrument used, Lisa? Was it created and validated by the researchers, or did the researchers use a pre-existing survey?
You answer my posting which was number# 610086 which was this question:
◾Go to the contents of any current (2001-present), peer-reviewed leadership journal; find any topic that is receiving increased emphasis by researchers. Describe the topic in one paragraph, including a brief overview of methodology. What are the implications of the increased emphasis for future research?
This is based on the article Yun, et.al (2007). Here, the survey instrument used and Was it created and validated by the researchers; will be analysed.
This study used the survey instrument and also has a discussion for this method of collecting data to some extent. In the article; it is specified that authors conducted a survey at a large defense firm, located in the mid-Atlantic United States. It divided the sampling unit of the survey in two major ...
This post provides guidelines related to how research methods used in a selected article can be identified and analysed. This response basically focuses upon survey instrument used and its validation in the study.