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At work, you receive an e-mailed invitation to participate in a survey into the type of music you like to listen to. All you need to do is to click on a web link, listen to some music extracts and complete the questions that appear on the screen. 4. A major supermarket chain wants to find out what customers think of the layout of its stores. As the majority of customers have given their contact details when they signed up for loyalty cards, they can be contacted by phone. The interviewer uses a computer screen to read the questions and record responses.
It’s no good designing the perfect project, but ignoring the fact that it will take too long and cost too much. The research design you choose will only be the right design if it can be completed within the budget and time allocated by the client. As we saw in Chapter 2, these are questions which might be answered in the brief. However, the researcher must recheck these before beginning to put together a proposal for the project. Beginning the research proposal The research proposal forms the basis of the research project.
With simple random sampling you allocate each household a number from 1 to 2,100 and then, using a program that generates random numbers or random number tables, select 300 numbers at random. These are the households you want to interview. There is a good chance, however, that this 300 will not be spread evenly across the list of 2,100. For example, you might find that 150 households in the sample are drawn from the first 200 in the population. This means that simple random sampling may give a sample that is concentrated in certain streets.