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Non-probable/random sampling

Started by Moderator in General discussion area on Thursday. 0 Replies

Dear all members,Quota, accidental, judgmental, and snowball samplings are categorized in the non-probable samplings. Can anybody explain in brief about those kinds of samplings. Why are they considered non-probable?Continue

Action Research, Participatory Research and Collaborative Inquiry

Started by Moderator in General discussion area Oct 21. 0 Replies

Dear all members, What are the definitions of action research, participatory research, and collaborative inquiry? What does these three have in common? What is the purpose of using these types of research design?Continue

M&E Integrated Mobile Data Collection with SPSS Survey and Research

Started by SO Dane in ICT and Development Oct 16. 0 Replies

You may learn what ADIC, DC Research and Plus Cambodia thought SPSS Training. Let learn and share together with this.1. សាកល្បងមើ Video និង download and installing កម្មវិធី …Continue

Foreign Investment Drives Cambodia’s High Growth

Started by Moderator in General discussion area Oct 10. 0 Replies

Dear all online members, Khmer Times has just published an interesting interview with Minister of Commerce, Sun Chanthol, about Foreign Investment in Cambodia. The article is entitled "Foreign Investment Drives Cambodia’s High Growth". Minister of…Continue



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