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    Differences between quantitative, qualitative, & mixed research

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    In 600 words or more, discuss the differences between quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods research methodology.

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    Quantitative research methods differ from qualitative and mixed methods research methodologies, largely due to the fact that quantitative research methods focus upon the utilization of numerical data in ascertaining answers to research questions. This is due to the fact that quantitative research methods make a connection between data that is observed and statistical analysis of the data, in order to bring about a clear understanding of what is being observed by the researcher(s), in a highly efficient and accurate method. In addition, it is the utilization of statistical methodologies and percentages etc. to a very high degree, that also differentiates quantitative research from other research methodologies. This is due to the fact that quantitative research methods lead to exact and highly accurate measurements of phenomenon that is being observed in research, as well as the analysis and measurement of the different variables contained within the ...

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