the book is The practice of research in Criminology and criminal justice by Ronet

the book is The practice of research in Criminology and criminal justice by Ronet D. Bachman and Russel K. Schutt.
there are 4 essays that are 300-500 words. each essay has a 3 question pool and only one question can be choosen from each pool
there needs to be APA citations in each essay.
the question pool is as follows:
Explain what is involved in qualitative and quantitative research methods and describe some of the common research motives for choosing to use qualitative or quantitative research methods. Describe why some researchers use both methods to answer their research questions.
Compare and contrast inductive and deductive research. Describe the main motives for each of these types of research and then explain how they could be used within the same research study, demonstrating your knowledge of the research circle.
Explain, in detail, why the Institutional Review Board (IRB) is important.


Imagine you are interested in looking at the crime of vandalism. The literature suggests this is more commonly carried out by youth ages 15 to 17. As such, you want to make sure that your sample has enough of youth of that age, plus other ages for comparison purposes. First, decide your research questions, then decide which type of nonprobability sample you would use. Provide your rationale for using that sampling method.
Describe a research question where a spuriousness could serve as an explanation for the observed relationship between an independent and dependent variable.
Compare and contrast open-ended and close-ended questions, and describe the advantages and disadvantages of each type of question.

Your book states that sometimes participant observation and intensive interviewing can be used in combination with one another. First, describe one benefit of using mixed methods. Second, using the example of police–community relations, describe at least two ways that using observations and intensive interviewers together could be useful to uncover detailed information about police–community relations.
Compare and contrast descriptive and analytic comparative research. Examine the benefits of historical research as well as the limitations inherent in using historical data, especially comparative historical data.
Explain the differences between an efficiency analysis, a cost-benefit analysis, and a cost-effectiveness analysis as well as when a cost-benefit analysis and a cost-effectiveness analysis is most appropriate.

Compare and contrast the strengths and limitations of the three general research methods (experiments, surveys, and participant observation and interviewing).
Compare and contrast the purpose of ethnomethodological and ethnographic research analysis.
As your text explains, plagiarism extends well beyond purchasing term papers. In the context of social research, plagiarism is presenting as one’s own the ideas or words of another person or persons for academic evaluation without proper acknowledgment. Describe the steps that a researcher could take to reduce the likelihood of committing plagiarism.
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