Mugenda, O.M. and Mugenda, A.G. (2003) Research Methods, Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches. ACT, Nairobi.
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Mugenda O.M and Mugenda A. (2003), Research methods: qualitative and quantitative approaches ACTS, Nairobi. Namibian schools, University of Western Cape, South Africa. Ndirangu C (2007). Teaching methodology, African Virtual University 1 Published under Africana. Ngunguti E. (2008).International Journal of Education and Research Vol. 4 No. 9 September 2016 53 skills, creativity, discovery and self expression (KICD, 2008). For this objective to be achieved, the learning environment must be suitable and conducive with the necessary learning materials.This study adopted a descriptive research design. According to Mugenda and Mugenda (2003), descriptive research is a process of collecting data in order to test hypotheses or to answer questions.
Uhuru eulogises Prof Abel Mugenda as great scholar, true patriot The then Kenyatta University VC Olive Mugenda and her husband Prof Abel Mugenda during the launch of the research methods dictionary that they have co-authored, June 18, 2012.
This study took place in Isiolo County in northern Kenya among the Borana community, whose major economic activity is livestock production. The County is characterized by droughts which have increased in frequency and severity. This study sought to investigate the availability of camel drought feeds in the study site, guided by two specific objectives: to establish the existence of.
Research Design Research design is an overall action-plan for the research. It constitutes the blue-print for the collection, measurement and analysis of data. Descriptive research design was used in this study. According to Mugenda and Mugenda (2003) a descriptive research is research that attempts to.
New media, internet and cell phones are growing rapidly in terms of consumers and service providers (CAK, 2011). Consumers use new media to contribute in social networks, which enable them to create and share content, converse with one another, and build relationships with other clients (Gordon, 2010).
A survey research design seeks to obtain information that describes existing phenomenon by asking individuals about their perceptions, attitudes and values (Mugenda and Mugenda, 2003). Descriptive survey research design is the systematic collection of data in standardized form from an identifiable population or representative (Oso and Onen, 2009).
Corporate Social responsibility Research Paper; Corporate Social responsibility Research Paper.. 3.6 Validity of the research Instruments. According to Mugenda and Mugenda,. (2003), the research instruments may be pre-tested on a sample of ten respondents who do not have to be the representative of the population targeted.
Dr. Hira has initiated research and written extensively in the field of financial literacy, with a specific focus on financial education, financial management, money management, financial conditions, resource management, and family financial management.
The study was designed to analyze some of the Green HR practices and their influence on environmental sustainability. The main variable for the study was to establish the influence of Green Human Resource management practices on environmental sustainability at Menengai Oil Refinery in Nakuru; Kenya. The study adopted a descriptive design, specifically a case study at Menengai Oil Refinery.
The specific objectives were; to establish the effects of leadership style and employee training on service delivery in government institutions in Kenya. The study adopted a descriptive research design. Stratified random sampling was employed and a sample size of 59 respondents was arrived at from a target population of 198 employees.
The preparation of Local Authority Service Delivery Action Plans (LASDAP) through a participatory process is one of the conditions for local authorities to access Local Authority Transfer Fund (LATF) money. The process provides opportunities for promoting community involvement in the planning and budgeting process. Many development agencies such as governments, international development.
Descriptive Research Design was used as it was suitable for the study content and focus. A stratified random sampling technique was adopted to ensure all categories are equitably represented in the sample. The target population was 283 respondents. A structured self-completed research questionnaire was used. Piloting was done to 10% non-respondents of 283 target population. A sample size of 85.