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A) teaching method, (b) French grammar performance, (c) grade level of participants 2. Randomly assign students to teaching method A or B 3. Quasi-experimental research 4. Ex post facto 28 PART ONE FOUNDATIONS Survey research (also called descriptive research) uses instruments such as questionnaires and interviews to gather information from groups of individuals. Surveys permit the researcher to summarize the characteristics of different groups or to measure their attitudes and opinions toward some issue.
For example, Boyle’s law, summarizing the influence of pressure on gas volume, a law that deals with relatively uncomplicated variables, formulates relations among phenomena that are apparently unvarying throughout the universe. In contrast, social scientists deal with the human subject. They are concerned with the subject’s behavior and development, both as an individual and as a member of a group. They must consider many variables, acting independently and in interaction, in any attempt to understand complex human behavior.
Randomly assign students to teaching method A or B 3. Quasi-experimental research 4. Ex post facto 28 PART ONE FOUNDATIONS Survey research (also called descriptive research) uses instruments such as questionnaires and interviews to gather information from groups of individuals. Surveys permit the researcher to summarize the characteristics of different groups or to measure their attitudes and opinions toward some issue. Researchers in education and the social sciences use surveys widely. For example, an educational START Are the data primarily in the form of Numbers or Words?