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Back to basics: The sequencing of inductive and deductive. Research methodologies in fresh fruit and vegetable research. Forum

By Sue-ellen Kjeldal

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Abstract: A review of the literature in the field of fresh fruit and vegetable preferences in Australia reveals very little systematic study, with most investigations having been conducted by various public and private industry groups. Given the embryonic stage of research into fresh fruit and vegetable perceptions and choice, a particular program of research is warranted, with an emphasis on inductive processes progressing to deductive methods. This type of research is facilitated by relatively unstructured research methods. The data thus yielded can be subjected to deductive methods, which require a more experimental, structured research method, involving testing hypotheses that suggest themselves from the inductivelyderive

Publisher: Online]. Available
Year: 2002
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