Is this a Pro or Con of Qualitative or Quantitative Data?

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Question 1

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Easier to analyse because data in numbers
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  • Quantitative Pro
  • Quantitative Con
  • Qualitative Pro
  • Qualitative Con
  • Contitative Quon

Question 2

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Produces neat conclusions
Answer
  • Quantitative Pro
  • Quantitative Con
  • Qualitative Pro
  • Qualitative Con

Question 3

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Oversimplifies reality and human experiences, (statistically significant but humanly insignificant.)
Answer
  • Quantitative Con
  • Quantitative Pro
  • Qualitative Con
  • Qualitative Pro
  • butts

Question 4

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Gains access to thoughts and feelings which may not be assessed using quantitative methods with closed questions.
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  • Qualitative Pro
  • Qualitative Con
  • Quantitative Pro
  • Shrimps
  • Quantitative Con

Question 5

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Provides rich detail
Answer
  • Qualitative Pro
  • Qualitative Con
  • Quantitative Pro
  • Quantitative Con
  • The victim

Question 6

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Represents the true complexities of human behaviour
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  • You are on a dessert island. You think that the sign saying 'Welcome to the Desserted Island' is wrong. But Wait! (shia surprise) It is YOU who is wrong! Look where you're standing- smell that puddingy pong! Sitting on an islaaand...... An island- of floating cream puff!- the sprinkles crunch underfoot as you realise that there is no escape from diabeetus. The diaboytes circles you, licking its chops. Luckilily, at the last minute, a flying dialysis machine saves you and hoists you to safety. Phew!
  • Qualitative Pro
  • Qualitative Con
  • Quantitative Pro
  • Quantitative Con

Question 7

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More difficult to detect patterns and draw conclusions
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  • Qualitative Con
  • Qualitative Pro
  • Quallitative Con
  • Quantitative Pro
  • Quantitative Con
  • no

Question 8

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Subjective analysis can be affected by personal expectations and beliefs, though quantitative methods may only appear to be objective but are equally affected by bias.
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  • Qualitative Con
  • Qualitative Pro
  • Quantitative Con
  • Quantitative Pro
  • Megatron Haward
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