interviews, empirical observations, research and analysis used by the proponents asthey conduct the proposed study.
An Interview is defined as a meeting of two people face to face toconfer about something or an act of questioning to receive a desired answer that isnecessary in solving a specific problem. This is where data gathering occurs by askingquestions for much needed information from the interviewee verbally and directly.
This technique is used when the researcher cannot secureadequate or valid data through the use of the questionnaire or some other technique. Itis considered to be the most direct means of studying people in so far as their overtbehavior is concerned. Observation of a current operating procedure is another datagathering tool seeing the system in action gives you additional perspective and better understanding of system procedures.
Research is simply, the systematic search for pertinent information ona specific topic or problem. It is systematic study or investigation or something for thepurpose of answering questions posed by the researcher. It includes reviewing journals,periodicals, and books to obtain background information, technical material, and newsabout industry trends and developments.
A pre-written series of questions used in gathering importantinformation’s from one or more persons. This will be given to the individual who have adirect bearing of the study and in order to satisfy the proponent’s goal that is to get andmeasure the opinions, polls and attitude of the respondents of the study.