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Quantitative and qualitative research both encompass planning before conducting or analyzing research. Quantitative research, however, involves more planning, which becomes a disadvantage. For instance all aspects of a research study must be carefully designed before collecting any data.
Limitations and weakness of quantitative research methods By Priya Chetty on September 7, According to Saunders et al. (), research methodology serves as the backbone of a research study.
Weaknesses Study findings can be generalized to the population about which information is required. Samples of individuals, communities, or organizations can be selected to ensure that the results will be representative of the population studied. quantitative research methodologies under a same research. Research Question Comparatively evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of quantitative and qualitative research methodologies. II. Literature Reviews The Strengths of Quantitative Research Methodology The quantitative as survey approach has two significant .
Strengths and limitations Quantitative method Quantitive data are pieces of information that can be counted and which are usually gathered by surveys from large numbers of respondents randomly selected for inclusion. Weaknesses _ It can be difficult for a single researcher to carry out both qualitative and quantitative research. and narrative can be used to add meaning to numbers. _ Can answer a broader and more complete range of research questions because the researcher is not confined to a single method or approach.5/5(1).