Q 45Q 45
A researcher wants to understand why people are willing to handle snakes as a part of their church activities in several rural churches in Tennessee, Alabama, and Georgia. He makes qualitative observations at several churches but also hands out fairly lengthy instruments that quantitatively measure several constructs (IQ, religiosity, self-esteem, and political attitudes). He keeps the qualitative and quantitative data separately during analysis. He does some mixing during the discussion of his report as to how the qualitative and quantitative insights are related. Which design is this?
A) Primary status sequential design
B) Equal-status sequential design
C) Primary status concurrent design
D) Equal-status concurrent design