How Does Subjectivity Differ in Qualitative and Quantitative Research?

Acar, Fatma
Sevinç, Şerife
Caylan, Büşra
Güzeller, Gizem


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How are cultural dimensions and governance quality related to socioeconomic development?
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How does impact of objective and subjective disaster exposure relate to the three clusters of posttraumatic stress symptoms?
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Objective: Around the globe, millions of people are exposed to disasters annually. Disasters may result in a wide range of psychological consequences in adult populations, including posttraumatic stress symptoms (PTS). However, little is known about the effects of the impacts of type of disaster exposure on the symptoms of PTS. This study aimed to understand the effects of objective and subjective impact severity of disaster exposure on symptoms of PTS in the aftermath of two earthquakes which struck Van, T...
How Does Software Visualization Contribute to Software Comprehension? A Grounded Theory Approach
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Despite their ability to synthesize vast amounts of information, software visualization tools are not widely adopted in the software engineering industry. In an effort to investigate the underlying reasons, we conducted a usability study to investigate the affordances of software visualization techniques for the maintenance of complex software systems. Expert programmers were asked to carry out programming tasks with or without using a software visualization tool while their screens and eye gaze patterns we...
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F. Acar, Ş. Sevinç, B. Caylan, and G. Güzeller, “How Does Subjectivity Differ in Qualitative and Quantitative Research?,” 2020, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: