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The course description states that Purposive Communication is the writing, speaking, and sharing to other people and other objectives.
Circles indicate sites of random sampling, and diamonds indicate sites of purposive sampling.
In order to ensure reliability and validity of the research, four steps were followed: (i) data was collected using semi-structured interview form based on a conceptual framework related to phenomena in the literature so that actual status of data would be reflected, (ii) data was used as direct quotations from the interviews without making any comments on them, (iii) a purposive sampling method based on voluntarism was used in order to get opinions and experiences of the participants, (iv) data was coded by two independent researchers and Cohen's kappa coefficient was calculated to determine inter-rater reliability of themes (kappa coefficient for this research was calculated as 0.714 which showed a high level of agreement), and (v) records of interviews were kept for outer reliability.
Table 2 shows that the sampling techniques adopted by the reviewed studies are purposive and convenience sampling technique.
The living tree line from Edwards featured as a key precedent in the justices' early adoption of their approach to 'purposive interpretation' in their 1984 decision in Hunter v.
In the 1st phase of the study, conducted to find the extent of use of essential medicines in the prescriptions, from February to March 2013, using purposive sampling, digital photographs of 110 prescriptions presented to the pharmacy counter were taken and their comparison with national essential medicines list of Pakistan was made.
Social causation clarifies the thoughts and undertakings of socially positioned purposive participants.
Sampling techniques varied across studies, with mass screening, random and purposive sampling techniques used.
Andrews argues for "problem driven iterative adaptation," whereby external actors such as the World Bank or US Agency for International Development adopt a model of "purposive muddling." On this approach, reforms are to be context sensitive, focused on specific problems, and driven by a willingness to adapt to new developments while taking small iterative steps to produce meaningful changes.
In the United States, courts have been divided between the new-textualist and purposive approaches to statutory interpretation, although currently the new-textualist approach appears to dominate.
Intention and Motor Representation in Purposive Action, STEPHEN A.