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What were the methods of subject selection? Were they appropriate for the study?
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The Analysis of Sampling Used in the Cardiovascular Health in Children Study
The study of Harell et al. (1996) was set to determine if school-based intervention could reduce cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk factors in children. The authors performed the study having in mind target population of all school children in the United States. However, due to acceptable practice (Polit & Beck, 2014), the researchers worked with accessible population. The selection method used was quota sampling, a variant of non-probability sampling. First, sampling was performed at the school level. The authors identify six strata of schools based on three geographic regions and urban or rural setting. Two schools were randomly selected from...
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