Sampling Procedure

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Balochistan University of Information Technology, Engineering and Management Sciences.| Yumna Iftikhar 6th – BDated: 30th march 2013. Assignment No. : 01|

Abstract:
Sampling is one of the vital parts of any research process and also touches different aspects as translatability, comparability, Validity and totalization. When researchers use qualitative data, they first understand it and then try to explain it as the data is non-probabilistic and cannot be represented as easily as others. This paper studies the sampling procedure to know teaching learning relations for minority students in Botswana classrooms. Here, In this paper, researcher first seeks to consider questions, focal areas that are under study and the information he wants to have to answer the questions and also analytic processes that can be required for study. Literature Review:

Deciding sample from the population for research procedure has always been a problematic decision for both generalizability and validity also known to be as comparability, translatability/totalization. But to achieve the best results, it also depends on what type of data you have and what its' nature is. When we use quantitative data, sampling is appropriate for probability and also for statistics whereas subset of sample is calculated in order to have most anticipated results from statistical operations. Same, when we use qualitative data the situation is totally different, and here the results are obtained by comparability, translatability and totalization of the samples selected for applying different tools. In order to learn about the relation of topic, researcher tries to have deep knowledge about what kind of education is provided there and what sort of teachers and conditions they have there. He further explains that this study which he is going to conduct will be helpful...
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