Field Research Support Specialist

Research Clerks are field research participant recruitment and project management experts. We are working on social and experimental research services in over 35 countries. We are welcoming NGOs, GOs, Industry and consumer companies to work with full market research and report publications.

We are Working with 3 Major Research Methods

Qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods research are three major approaches used in various disciplines. Qualitative research explores phenomena through in-depth examination of experiences and behaviors, often using non-numerical data. Quantitative research, on the other hand, collects and analyzes numerical data to test hypotheses and quantify relationships between variables. Mixed methods research combines elements of both approaches within a single study, offering a more comprehensive understanding of research problems by integrating diverse data sources and perspectives.

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Key of Qualitative Research

Focus Group Discussion

Focus group discussions are structured conversations among a small group of individuals aimed at exploring perceptions, attitudes, and opinions on a specific topic in a collaborative and interactive setting.

In-Depth Interviews

In-depth interviews are qualitative research techniques that involve in-depth conversations between a researcher and a participant, aimed at eliciting detailed insights, experiences, and perspectives on a particular topic.

Ethnographic Research

Ethnographic research entails deeply embedding oneself within a specific cultural context to observe and understand the behaviors, beliefs, and interactions of its members, offering nuanced insights through participant observation and interviews.

Case Study

A case study involves an in-depth examination of a particular individual, group, or phenomenon within its real-life context, aiming to provide detailed and contextualized insights into specific issues, behaviors, or outcomes.

Participant Observations

Participant observation involves researchers immersing themselves in a social setting to observe and participate in the activities and interactions of the participants, enabling firsthand understanding of the context, behaviors, and dynamics within the studied group.

Documents Analysis

Document analysis involves systematically examining various types of textual, visual, or audio materials to uncover patterns, themes, and meanings within the documents, providing valuable insights into historical contexts, social phenomena, or organizational processes.

Key of Quantitative Research

Survey Data Collections

Survey data collection involves systematically gathering information from a sample population using standardized questionnaires or interviews, enabling researchers to quantify attitudes, behaviors, or characteristics within a defined context.

Telephone Interviews

Telephone interviews involve conducting structured or semi-structured interviews with participants over the phone, allowing researchers to gather data efficiently from geographically dispersed populations while maintaining a level of personal interaction and flexibility in questioning.

Face-To-Face Interviews

Face-to-face interviews entail researchers conducting structured, semi-structured, or unstructured interviews with participants in person, facilitating deeper rapport, non-verbal communication, and nuanced responses, thus offering rich qualitative data.

Secondary Data Analysis

Secondary data analysis involves the examination and reanalysis of existing datasets that were collected for purposes other than the researcher's original study, enabling researchers to answer new research questions or test hypotheses without collecting new data.

Content Analysis

Content analysis is a research method used to systematically analyze and interpret the content of textual, visual, or audio materials, such as documents, articles, images, or media broadcasts, to identify patterns, themes, and meanings within the content, providing insights into social phenomena and communication trends.

Web-Based Data Collections

Web-based data collection involves gathering information from participants using online platforms, such as surveys, questionnaires, or experimental tasks administered via websites or mobile apps, offering advantages like scalability, accessibility, and real-time data collection.

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