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Sampling in Quantitative, Qualitative, and Mixed Research

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Explain the difference between a sample and a census.
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Define the key terms used in sampling (representative sample, generalize, element, statistic, parameter, and so forth).
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Compare and contrast the different random sampling techniques.
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Know which sampling techniques are equal probability of selection methods.
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Draw a simple random sample.
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Draw a systematic sample.
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Explain the difference between proportional and disproportional stratified sampling.
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Explain the characteristics of one-stage and two-stage cluster sampling.
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List and explain the characteristics of the different nonrandom sampling techniques.
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Explain the difference between random selection and random assignment.
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List the factors that you should consider when determining the appropriate sample size to be selected when using random sampling.
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Discuss sampling in qualitative research and compare and contrast the different sampling techniques used in qualitative research.
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Explain the two criteria that produce the eight methods of sampling in mixed research. Multiple Choice
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A study that examines the whole population is called:
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Sample is to population as:
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When elements are not allowed to be selected more than once, this is called:
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Harold is drawing a sample so that each member of a population has an equally likely chance of being selected, this is called:
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A sampling frame is:
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Which of the following techniques yields a simple random sample?
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Systematic sampling yields a representative sample when:
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