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Sampling in quantitative research (1)

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Sampling in quantitative research (1)

Peter Ellis
4 June 2020

In this paper we will look at the methods used to generate samples for quantitative research, most specifically experimental studies using the example of a randomised control trial (RCT). It is useful to have some understanding of this process when reading such research as it allows you to make some informed decisions about how well the research might apply to the sort of people that you care for.

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