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Pysco

  1. 1. Hypothesis Experiment had carried out; the efficiency of doing work in a group is higher than doing work individually. Qualitative & Quantitative This survey is carry out by using the qualitative & quantitative method. Quantitative method will be used to evaluate the level of distraction by using scales while Qualitative method will be used to describe the types of peer group the volunteer have through description. Structure Procedure A form with few questions will be prepared by the surveyors. The surveyors will randomly ask anyone that is willing to do a survey. Surveyors will start the survey by asking the volunteer’s general information. (Name, age, gender and employment status) The next page of the survey will be divided into four sections: Understanding Peers- This is made for grouping in data collection Situation- This is made to understand what the volunteer would respond Aftermath- This is made to understand the efficiency of his respond Opinion- What the volunteer suggests Ethical Consideration 1. Volunteers have the right to reject to do the survey. 2. The purpose and the brief of this research must be told to the volunteers before they start to fill the form. 3. Surveyors must talk polity to the volunteers and never force the volunteers if they reject to carry out survey. 4. The question that asked must not related to any sensitive issue. (Racism, religion & politics)

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