Sampling Strategy and Sample Size for a Quantitative Research Plan
3-to 5-page paper in which you recommend the sampling strategy and sample size for your quantitative research plan. Include a rationale for why that is the best strategy and size for your plan.
Thank you for using Brainmass. Since you have not indicated your subject of study, I have reviewed previous work I have done for you to clean some clues as to the purpose of your study. I have supposed that the former work we have done on the Likert Scale is related to this, and being a social psychology subject, I am supposing that the quantitative research plan involves interviews. I have made the solution below generally applicable to any topic but have supposed that you are taking the early childhood learning subject further. I suggest using this simple outline:
1. About your subject of study (use previous material) - 150 words
2. Your sampling strategy - 150 words
3. Your sample size - 100 words
4. Rationale for 2 and 3 - 150 words
You can include a set of questions to exemplify the questions you will ask if you like. You can use the listed resources to further explore the topic. Just let me know via the feedback section if you need further clarification. All the best with your studies.
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Sampling Strategies & Sampling Size
Previously, I have proposed undertaking a quantitative study that explores the impact of parental involvement in early childhood education. I would like to start my proposal by once again introducing my subject of study. I believe that if parents are comprehensively involved in the studies of their children in early childhood learning, positive outcomes with long term impact can be achieved. The involvement of parents in the educational experience of children has ...
The solution discusses sampling strategies and sample size for a particular quantitative research proposal. Please be aware that the subject of study is particular to parental involvement in early education research and can only exemplify in how sampling strategies and sizes have been chosen for the proposed study.