International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 7, Special Issue 7, Part A (2021)
Descriptive Study on Sampling Method: Qualitative Research Approaches
The random sampling techniques used for quantitative studies are hardly applicable for qualitative research. Random sampling is not appropriate for qualitative studies as no issues are solved related to human behavior. In this article, the differences between quantitative and qualitative approaches are explained. The three categories Convenience, Theoretical and judgment of naturalistic sampling are considered and described in a wider way. Qualitative approaches are also important as quantitative approaches. Draw a broad outline between methods of qualitative and quantitative. The researcher chooses the most appropriate methodology. Knowledge related to human behavior enhanced and solves the problem. Qualitative research is an interactive process. Specific knowledge of each approach is required to implement the suitable methodology. To understand and explain the concepts of qualitative research, explain what they are doing, why they are doing, explain how they gather the standards related to scientific stringency. Learning with effort and experience related to real-life determine the success of the research method. Qualitative research develops thinking in subjectivity. Depend on a person’s interpretation. Investigates relationship quality as well as solves problems. Qualitative research provides all solutions to those problems which cannot be possible to convert into numbers. Tools of the Qualitative approach consider depth interview, survey chat via web and communities.