. Survey is one of the most popular methods of collecting data for research

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Abstract


Authenticity of the information/ data collected is of utmost importance, not only for the accuracy of result but also to abide by the ethical framework. It is imperative that all the research related activities are conducted in an ethical and legal manner and the researcher should possess an accurate and comprehensive knowledge of the subject (Creswell, 2003). The respondents must be encouraged to voice their true knowledge or opinion about the subject. The identity of the respondents should not be disclosed without their permission and their participation in the process should not put their well being at risk in any way.

 


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Martin, S. C., and Guerin, A. D., 2006. Using research to inform design solutions. Journal of Facilities Management. 4(3). pp.167 – 180.

McBurney, D. and White, T. 2009. Research Methods. Cengage Learning.


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