Compare and contrast observation and sampling using multicultural and traditional research methodology. Address the fundamental problems encountered by researchers during the implementation of these variables cross-culturally.
In traditional research methodology, observational methods of gathering data involve observing subjects or participants in the natural environment. On the other hand, observation and sampling methods used in multicultural analysis is focused on a specific culture or society. The problems encountered by researchers are also discussed. For example, given the diversity among cultures, it is difficult to justify culture as a unit of observation. This solution is 1000 words with four references.