‘An estimated 350’000 Australians have snorted, smoked or injected crystal methamphetamine in the past year.’ - ICE Rush, 2015 ICE known as the ‘pleasure drug’ has become a growing problem throughout Australia in the last 10 years. Because of what is known as the ‘ICE Epidemic’ there has been a rise
Hunsaker et al. (2015) clearly discussed the statistical tests that were used in the study. The data was analyzed by the Statistical Package for Social Science, a series of Pearson r correlation, t test and a one-way analysis of variance. The results of the study were sufficiently presented in Table 1, which used the Stepwise solution for analysis.
This study uses empirical, longitudinal, and quantitative study as it’s methodology. The research design was descriptive and
CHAPTER 6: DISCUSSION In this chapter the results obtained from the analysis of data collected (previous chapter) are discussed in relation to the aims and objectives of the study. The study attempts to answer the following research questions:
Justification of Research Method The strategy of secondary analysis was chosen for this research because it is cheap and timely in comparison to other forms of research. Using data collected by other reliable sources increases the validity of secondary data analysis research.
The selected theories and concepts for this research will be used in designing the questions and setting the measures for the questionnaire and the interviews as well. In addition, the theories and behavioral models will be used in analyzing and better understand the data obtained and in setting up the results of the research.
CHAPTER III RESEARCH METHODS This chapter discusses the methods used in the study. It consists of research design, data and data source, data collection and data analysis.
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 3.1. Introduction This part will presents the details of the research design and methodology that use to conduct the study and it will includes: research design, population and sampling techniques, data source and data collection methods and finally research procedures and data analysis methods will be presented.
1. Introduction The aim of this paper is to examine that the estimated poor rates could be calculated by some actual data such as deprived rates and demographical factors and to explore the linear model for the purpose of statistically demonstrating the result of this examination. It was speculated that estimation
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Introduction This chapter presents the background to the study, the study problem, the purpose of the study, specific objectives, research questions, research hypothesis, significance of the study, scope of the study, delimitations, limitations, assumptions, theoretical framework and finally conceptual framework developed from the reviewed literature.
This section focuses on the technics adopted and used for this study with the aim of achieving the research objectives. Descriptive research design adopted in this study. Cooper (2003) observed that descriptive studies are structured with clearly stated questions to be investigated. The descriptive design was selected in this study because it would allow the research to gather numerical and descriptive data to assess the relationship between the variables.
First of all, the sample size will be evaluated. In this research, it used two types of methods, one is survey,
a. A comparison of two different ways of teaching spelling to first-graders. The design for this research will be based upon comparative analysis through questionnaires and grounded upon the T-Test application.
A) Market analysis: Fragrance 1) The fragrance market The fragrance market is the major part of the care market. During the 90’s, this market has known a considerable growth. Currently, it might be entering a maturity phase. The perfume market is highly competitive and there are a lot of fragrance houses which are competing for sales. The total global market is over 25 billion Dollars.
ABSTRACT The Social media has proved to be a boon that spread across the countries in previous years like a wildfire. The Social media has highly transformed the industry of travel and tourism. Social media like Facebook offers expeditious ways of reaching millions of people across different countries with distinct cultures.