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Elements of Quantitative Research

Elements of Quantitative Research: Design and Samplin The focus of the Week 3 discussion is on two important elements of quantitative research studies- design and sampling. The approach or design, quantitative or qualitative, also applies to EBP projects. Both quantitative and qualitative have different designs or traditions that fall under these two broad categories. Select a single-study quantitative research study article related to your specialty […]

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Breast Cancer and role of nurses

  Describe the statistics and trend of breast cancer worldwide and in Saudi Arabia, risk factors for breast cancer, its effect to Saudi Arabia, the role of nurses in breast cancer, the challenges they face and recommendations.   Demonstrate what breast cancer is briefly before explaining the impact and significance of breast cancer to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The research should also aim to […]

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A Qualitative Research Model

A Qualitative Research Model Although the same underlying logic is involved in both quantitative and qualitative sociological research, the styles of these two models are very dif- ferent (King, Keohane, and Verba, 1994). As previously stated, qualitative research is more likely to be used when the research question does not easily lend itself to numbers and statisti- cal methods. As compared to a quantitative model, […]

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Policy pertaining to dealing with suicidal behavior

Sociological issues are apparent in government reports and policy pertaining to dealing with suicidal behavior in the military. According to one report by the U.S. Army (2012: 51), Each potential suicide or attempted suicide is different with respect to contributing factors and triggering events. Each victim responds differently to pre-suicide stressors based on protective factors such as personal resilience, coping skills, and whether or not […]

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How the incidence of suicide has continued to be a problem

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Sociology and Social Policy

For his study of suicide, Durkheim collected data from vital statistics for approximately 26,000 suicides. He classified them separately according to age, sex, marital status, presence or absence of children in the family, religion, geographic loca- tion, calendar date, method of suicide, and a num- ber of other variables. As Durkheim analyzed his data, four distinct categories of suicide emerged: egoistic, altruistic, anomic, and fatalistic. […]

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Determining the unit of analysis for your study

(Babbie,  2013). In social science research, indi- viduals are the most typical unit of analysis. So- cial groups (such as families, cities, or geographic regions), organizations (such as clubs, labor unions, or political parties), and social artifacts (such as books, paintings, or weddings) may also be units of analysis. Durkheim’s unit of analysis was social groups, not individuals, because he be- lieved that the study […]

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Hypothesized relationships between variables

Causal relationship Causal relationship Inverse causal relationship (Durkheim) Multiple-cause explanation ● FIGURE 2.3 HYPOTHESIZED RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN VARIABLES A causal hypothesis connects one or more independent (causal) variables with a dependent (affected) variable. The diagram illustrates three hypotheses about the causes of suicide. To test these hypotheses, social scientists would need to operationalize the variables (define them in measurable terms) and then investigate whether the data […]

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The degree of social integration in society

variable(s) (Babbie, 2013). Durkheim used the degree of social integration in society as the in- dependent variable to determine its influence on the dependent variable, the rate of suicide. Whether a variable is dependent or indepen- dent depends on the context in which it is used. To use variables in the contemporary research process, sociologists create operational defini- tions. An operational definition is an explanation […]

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