Survey Methods and the Testing Process
Researchers attempt to choose best-fit measuring tools that align with the objectives of their studies. To this end, they must first investigate the strengths and limitations of different types of survey methods and then select ones that are suitable for gathering data to effectively test the hypotheses of their studies. These surveys can be delivered online or offline. In both cases, precautions should be taken to protect the privacy rights of respondents.
In a minimum of 200 words, respond to the following:
- Compare and contrast the different types of survey methods. According to Sue and Ritter (2013), when should an online survey be used?
- What are some important ethical and legal issues regarding testing?
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