Discussion Topic: Non-experimental Methods
Select one of the non-experimental methods that you read about this week (naturalistic observation, ethnography, case history, sociometry, archival study, survey, and correlational research), and describe how you might use this method to study your hypothetical research question (the one being used for your research proposal). Why did you select this particular method for your research study? What do you like and dislike about this method? What differentiates this non-experimental method from a true experiment?
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The non-experiment method that I might use to study the hypothetical research question as defined in the research proposal is the survey. I would majorly use this method to question the participants of the study, who are nurses in a given medical facility, directly about their underlying attitudes and beliefs concerning the efficiency of early intervention strategies in determining the level of impairment and mapping...