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Probability and Nonprobability Sampling
A sample is a finite part of a population whose properties are studied to gain information about the whole. When dealing with people, researchers define a sample as a set of respondents (people) selected from a larger population for the purpose of a survey. The difficulty in using sampling lies in planning: a sample`s generalizability must be evaluated and a sampling method must be chosen that will best suit the research needs in question.
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Probability and Non- Probability Sampling
Researchers use sampling as a method of obtaining data about anything that they think will be included in their study. There are two main types of sampling methods that can be used by a researcher. The first method is probability sampling that involves the use of representative samples. The samples chosen reflect the characteristics of the total population. Non-probability sampling is another sampling method that works by eliminating many sources that can be a source of bias. It does not emphasize on using part of the total populatio