Describe the major sections of a research report and the content included in each section. Include an example of the following important concepts: Goal(s) of research for quantitative and qualitative. Explain the differences.

Describe the major sections of a research report and the content included in each section. Include an example of the following important concepts: Goal(s) of research for quantitative and qualitative. Explain the differences. Sampling used for quantitative and qualitative. Explain the differences. Reasoning (e.g., deductive, inductive) for quantitative and qualitative. Explain the differences. Examples of each: quantitative and qualitative that you have found to this point in the literature. Explain the reasons why a researcher might have selected this type of approach. Type(s) of data (e.g., numeric, Likert-format, observation notes, transcribed interviews) and data analysis (select at least two examples of data and describe at least one tool/procedure for data analysis for each tradition) Inferences/Interpretations from data (e.g., generality, transferability) Common mistakes (e.g., researcher bias, reporting effect size, transparency) and possible ways to address one or more mistakes