For the kids that must pay for college on their own they must have a job, but it could be difficult. Tangling between a job and college can be exhausting (Frederic 62). Having a job and going to college can be stressful due to the lack of sleep and you will have to choose between assignment or money. College has extensive amounts of large assignments that are time consuming and leave little time for your job (Robert 20). Due to the large assignments it would be hard to have a job due to studying and working on the assignment.
This study relied on the questionnaire as another key method of data collection, because it identifies and captures questions about a subject. For this particular study, the survey consisted of both closed ended and open-ended questions. Unlike the IDIs where the researcher wanted have insights , in the survey , there were more closed ended questions to ensure only the needed information was provided. Open-ended questions served as a way of clarifying points and perceptions that were not clear enough in other studies or for the researcher. Overall, the survey questions served as a guide and to give the researcher information that will
The staff that stayed over got overloaded with the work, which caused the high turnover. La Alianza couldn’t afford to pay higher salaries to retain the staff, due to the low rates of reimbursements from the DSS. The inexperienced and newly graduated case workers had a heavy caseload. The newly graduated case workers failed to find the basic investigation details, such as if parents were lying, or if children were being abused or not. In addition, DSS required time-consuming paperwork with the extremely heavy workload.
By providing a good quality product to customer can maintain a customer loyalty. Other than the printing machines, there are some other conflict that Mr Guna face like some temporary employees who will keep on skip job and will not fully focusing on the job given by the boss. It will result in lost which Mr Guna has to bear the lost by his own self. This will cause some conflict between the boss and the employees. During economy down, Mr Guna get less order due to many things are expensive and customer not affordable to pay the cost of printed products.
It is costly and takes time for a company to investigate a fraud case. Sometimes when fraud cases are prosecuted, the sentences they receive is very light compared to what they have done to the company. This discourages companies to report fraud. If the company doesn’t report a fraud on the other hand would have many problems. First of which, those who have acted illegally may think that they have not received any consequences to their actions and might repeat their actions in another workplace.
For the students, they are uncomfortable in many cases and don’t really help to stop bullying. School uniforms should therefore be removed from schools because it is expensive to get special clothes for school, they can contradict a student’s culture and religious beliefs, and they restrict the students’ abilities to express themselves. Uniforms can be very expensive for many families, especially those with financial difficulties. The first piece of evidence comes from article A paragraph 4 and says, “(Families) spend more money on clothing because (students) need to have different sets for school and out of school.” Uniforms can be very particular and expensive all on their own, but kids need clothes outside of school. Since kids keep growing, new clothes for both needs are constantly bought which can be hard for some people.
This happens, usually, prior to conceiving any conceptual knowledge or relationship hypothesis. This means of research, aids in determining the best research design, data collection method and selection of subjects, all this takes place primarily to explanatory relationship posit Explanatory research is research conducted in order to elucidate the research question, and is systematically explained. This area deals with ‘how, when and why’ subdivision of a research, and is , typically, carried out by means of questionnaires, group discussions, interviews, random sampling,
It is primarily concerned with drawing conclusions on the experiences of people as a large group, rather than individual responses and is best at examining general trends of data from these groups. Representativeness is a key element in quantitative research, in which the sample population is large and should truly represent the wider population from which the researcher has claimed to draw on (Newell, R. and Burnard, P. 2010: 65). This has brought about a widely-used sampling technique, called simple random sampling, whereby, each member of the target population has an equal chance of being included in the sample. This ensures a lower chance of bias of the sample population, towards any particular type of person, and therefore making it more statistically reliable. Quantitative research produces numerical data by using several data collection methods such as surveys, observations and tests, which can be used to determine cause-effect relationships, predictions of cause-effect relationships, epidemiological information and treatment comparison studies, with the help of different types of quantitative research techniques.
Although cheaper prices seem like a good deal for the consumers, there are the laborers who produce the goods who barely get paid enough to sustain a living. These root causes are all problems that need to be resolved in order to reduce the number of trafficked victims. Catching the traffickers and punishing them is not nearly enough to put an end to the rapidly growing industry. There need to be more state involvement to set up and implement the right laws so that less innocent people around the world will be victims to
A difference between both these methods is that a questionnaire can be filled in quite quickly compared to an interview which it would take more time to complete as the amount of detail that is collected. Another difference is that with questionnaires people don’t have to write their name on the questionnaire so it can be anonymous whereas interviews have a formal meeting so the interviewer will know who the person is that is taking part in the interview, but this puts people at risk of feeling humiliated or