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AuthorAziz, Hassan
Available date2017-05-01T05:42:45Z
Publication Date2017-04-28
Publication NameArchives of Clinical and Biomedical Researchen_US
Citation"Comparison between Field Research and Controlled Laboratory Research", Aziz, Hassan. Arch Clin Biomed Res 2017; 1 (2): 101-104
URIhttp://www.archclinbiomedres.com/
URIhttp://www.archclinbiomedres.com/abstract/comparison-between-field-research-and-controlled-laboratory-research-44.html
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/5476
AbstractResearch is defined as the systematic inquiry in order to reach new conclusions or to confirm earlier findings. The research design plays a critical role in the validity of the collected data and its analysis and thus, the main findings of the research problem. This review article compares between two research designs; field research and controlled laboratory research. Whilst field research offers contextual data on settings, interactions, or individuals, controlled laboratory research is basic, repeatable, and efficient type of research that can be applied across a variety of disciplines.
Languageen
PublisherFortune
SubjectField Research
SubjectControlled Laboratory Research
TitleComparison between Field Research and Controlled Laboratory Research
TypeArticle
Pagination101-104
Issue Number2
Volume Number1


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