QRM

(redirected from Quantitative Research Methods)
AcronymDefinition
QRMQuantitative Risk Management
QRMQuick Reference Manual
QRMQuad Roller Massaging (therapeutic furniture)
QRMQuick Reference Manual (various organizations)
QRMQormi (postal locality, Malta)
QRMQuick Response Manufacturing
QRMQuantitative Risk Management (Chicago, IL)
QRMQualifying Residential Mortgage (real estate)
QRMQuality Resource Management
QRMMan Made Interference
QRMQuadrennial Roles and Missions
QRMQuantitative Research Methods
QRMQuarterly Review Meeting
QRMQuick Response Modification
QRMQuality Review Meeting
References in periodicals archive ?
Research results show that, researchers mostly used quantitative research methods and also %50 of researchers who have prefered quantitative research methods was used survey research design.
Although I completely concur with Hansen that any methodology that necessarily reduces the individual or experience is potentially dangerous, I do not believe that this is the only perspective with which one can approach quantitative research methods.
Sociology and political science stand out as having the fewest requirements for students to learn quantitative research methods.
It also asked for the number of credit hours taken in statistics, general research methods, quantitative research methods, and qualitative research methods.
The trick to conducting great communication measurement is to use a combination of qualitative and quantitative research methods.
Quantitative research methods and techniques are powerful analytical tools.
Historically, quantitative research methods have predominated nursing research literature.
Qualitative and quantitative research methods were used to explore the sense-making strategies of school leaders.
At first, I feared that his work would fuel the fears of graduate students in my required course on quantitative research methods who keep looking for rationalizations to avoid rigorous counting and measuring.
These include chapters on ethical issues, gender, ethnicity, and race, comparative international research, integrating qualitative and quantitative research methods, applying for research grants, and disseminating research findings.
2) development of innovative and effective ways to integrate qualitative and quantitative research methods needed to investigate the complex, multilayered nature of psychosocial, behavioral, and cultural influences on health and functioning;
During the last three-year period, only six of 28 dissertations used mainly quantitative research methods.
Full browser ?