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49 Step 1: Identify the population of interest The population of interest might include a number of different groups. In Chapter 3, you read about the owners of a newspaper who want to change the size and layout of their paper. For this project, it is important to find out about the views of their current readers. However, there are other groups whose opinions might be very important. These other groups might include potential new readers or purchasers and other stakeholders, such as the newspaper’s clients, as the following examples show: ᔡ The newspaper owners want to increase the circulation of their paper: in other words, they want new readers.

Datum’ is an individual piece of information, and the plural ‘data’ refers only to numerous pieces of information. How can I gather the information? ’ In this book, we have used the word in this everyday sense. Gathering secondary data Secondary data has a key role to play in research projects. By gathering existing information from different sources and reviewing it in line with the research objectives, the researcher can save time and money. In some cases, it may be possible to address the objectives using secondary data alone.

They could convert part of the warehouse space in their current store into more retail space, and they have planning permission to do this. However, they need to be sure that the extension would be worth the extra investment. Go back to Chapter 2 and re-read the information given on pages 15 to 17 about T H Stores, then review the ‘quantitative or qualitative’ task on page 22. What type of research design would you recommend for this project? Note down your recommendations, including reasons for your choices.

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