In a nutshell this type of research is very cost effective and very convenient. Communication audits are relatively easy to conduct it gives an array of opinions about a given issue. The downside to informal research is that a lot of errors can be made when recording the data. Soliciting data from less educated people are more susceptible to retrieve more socially acceptable responses. Informal research lacks reliability since it is not carried out through a logical process and is based on an individual judgment and opinion.
Its model contains many aspects like channels, messages, internal and external forces, individual and group gatekeepers and the feedback. Some of the researches focus on the messages and the information sources while some focus on the results. It is a fundamental theory that may not meet the favor of everyone. However it is such an easily acceptable theory that anyone can tolerate it. It changes accordingly as time passes and is specially useful when applied to some certain circumstances, like the analysis of political information and under the environment of countries that have strong censorship
Additionally, these sorts of information are gathered surprisingly and are known as direct data which has not been distributed and is new for the study and analyst. There are different systems for gathering primary data, for example, online surveys, interviews, observations, scientific experiments, focus group interviews, and case studies. In order carry out useful findings the article used interview method to collect the data. There were several advantages as well as disadvantages by conducting research through interviews. The advantages comprised: personal interviews, they were descriptive in order to attain information from all aspects; the data is first hand and originally collected with better understanding.
Disadvantages of doing in-depth interview • In-depth interview can be relatively costly and time consuming process as the researcher needs to ensure the participants which are expert level and follow the in-depth interview process (i.e. Plan, Develop, Train the interviewers,
Other scientific articles and internet sources are added to extend the scope of the study. To construct an instrument for communication with respondents may seem to be straightforward and easy task to the laymen. However, such an assumption about the development of an instrument is quite deceptive. Many people have experienced the nagging feeling to participate in boring, irritating and poorly designed interviews and questionnaires. Instrument design is art and craft and its creation requires several criteria to be followed.
Also, it allowed a quick and simple respond within a short space of time. Questionnaires can be distributed to a larger number of people at the same time, and it allows for a pattern in answer since everyone will be given the same questions. This will be most suitable because, it allows the researchers to measure and make comparison between a group of
Subjective research oftentimes incorporates a humbler number of parts. This may be by virtue of the procedures used, for instance, as an issue of significance gatherings are time and work raised also because a far reaching number of people are not needed for the reasons of accurate examination or to make theories from the
• By using the questionnaire is able to contract large number of people quickly, easily and efficiently because the researcher had identified the group that will be targeted. • Using the questionnaire is required for the respondent to explain their response for believing in something that are difficult to explore especially in complex issues. • Questionnaires do not explore their questions in detail therefore it is generally low
Introduction Humans perform face recognition with minimum effort on a daily basis, and this form of biometric has many advantages over fingerprint and iris recognition, one of which is that face recognition can be performed in a covert manner from distance. Face recognition systems can be easy to integrate into most environments as these systems can collect a large amount of biometric data in a cost effective manner. Face recognition can also cause less inconvenience to the user than other biometric methods as the system does not require a user to contact the recognition device with any part of their body which can make it easier when collecting biometric information . Face detection and recognition can be a challenging problem for developers
Methodology: Based upon the way of the methods, a qualitative research will be necessary, because the method has its benefit in making the research more credible and assessing various points that one research type would not fully cover on its own. Quantitative research is convenient because it does not require much time to collect, provides clear categories and a cheap method of obtaining large volumes of data. The results could be efficiently displayed as graphs and tables that would provide visual reference to the information collected. However, the limitations of the quantitative is that the range of answers or information that is received is uniform and restrictive, aimed to be a convenient method for the surveyed people to answer quickly but does not offer an in-depth analysis with open-ended questions. Therefore, qualitative research will also be