Which person is collecting data through the participant observation method?
A. Brittany, who is reading research done by others
B. William, who is reviewing the comments people wrote on questionnaires
C. Hosea, who is watching people in their normal surroundings
D. Dakota, who is calculating the results from a survey
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I think it is Hosea....but not 100% sure
I can try...but I am not very good at this stuff
possibly...because it does not say if they are professionals or just people that play sports.
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I am sorry...I just don't know :(
Maritza decided to triangulate her data. What is an advantage to doing this?
A. The results will not be able to be repeated.
B. It will take less time to complete the study.
C. The results will be more complete.
D. It will allow for the inclusion of biased opinions.
sorry but I'm really unsure :/
Maritza decided to triangulate her data. An advantage to doing this is it will be more complete. Triangulation is often used to indicate that two (or more) methods are used in a study in order to check the results. The concept of triangulation is borrowed from navigational and land surveying techniques that determine a single point in space with the convergence of measurements taken from two other distinct points. The idea is that one can be more confident with a result if different methods lead to the same resul