Quantitative Research is a "means for testing objective theories by examining the relationships among variables. These variables, in turn, can be measured, typically on instruments, so that numbered data can be analyzed using statistical procedures. The final written report has a set structure consisting of introduction, literature and theory, methods, results and discussion" (Creswell, 2007).
Below is a sampling of books on the subject of "quantitave research" owned by GW and consortium libraries.
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