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Creating a random sample for the recycling scheme ᔡ Simple random sampling. With simple random sampling you allocate each household a number from 1 to 2,100 and then, using a program that generates random numbers or random number tables, select 300 numbers at random. These are the households you want to interview. There is a good chance, however, that this 300 will not be spread evenly across the list of 2,100. For example, you might find that 150 households in the sample are drawn from the first 200 in the population.
Selecting a sampling approach for quantitative research It is important to remember that the aim of quantitative research is to provide valid, reliable data on which decisions can be based. Therefore, it’s vital that the researcher chooses a sample that is likely to reflect the views and behaviours of the population of interest as a whole. Sampling in quantitative research is approached in two main ways: random sampling (also known as probability sampling) and non-random sampling (also known as nonprobability sampling).
Go back to Chapter 2 and re-read the information given on pages 15 to 17 about T H Stores, then review the ‘quantitative or qualitative’ task on page 22. What type of research design would you recommend for this project? Note down your recommendations, including reasons for your choices. Then compare your answer with the suggestion on page 139. Don’t forget that there is no ‘correct’ design. However, it is vital to know why a research design is appropriate – or not. How am I going to do it? ᔡ 29 Terminology test The following research terms were introduced in this chapter.
An Introduction to Market & Social Research: Planning & Using Research Tools & Techniques (Market Research in Practice Series) by Ian Brace, Karen Adams