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  • 1. Survey Research Zainuddin Ibrahim Ngu Kee Shing Nor Zanariah BtTalib
  • 2. What is survey • Procedure in quantitative research in which investigators administer a survey to a sample or entire population of people to describe the attitudes, opinions, behaviors or the characteristic of the population.
  • 3. When do you use Survey? • To describe trend (eg. Gwiyomi) • To determine individual opinions about policy or issue • Evaluate program (satisfaction victory) • Etc
  • 4. Key Characteristic of Survey Research • Sampling from population • Collecting data through questionnaires or interviews • Designing instrument for data collection • Obtaining a high response rate
  • 5. Sampling from population • The population (the group of individuals having one characteristic that distinguish them from other groups) • Target population (actual list of sampling units from which the sample is selected) • The Sample (is the group of participants in the study selected from the target population)
  • 6. Types of Survey
  • 7. Questionnaire
  • 8. Interview
  • 9. Types of Survey Design • Cross-Sectional Survey Designs • Longitudinal Survey Designs
  • 10. Cross-Sectional Survey Designs • To collect data about current attitudes, opinions, or beliefs at one point in time.
  • 11. Longitudinal Survey Designs • To collect data over time •  Trend Studies (Same Population Different sample and Different Research) •  Cohort Study (Same Population Different Sample for one Research) •  Panel Studies (the researcher examines the same Sample for Research).
  • 12. • Trend Studies


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