Longitudinal Research

tekijä: Tanja Tuulikki Välisalo Viimeisin muutos tiistai 09. maaliskuuta 2010, 14.44

 

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Longitudinal research enables you to explore and explain change and development over a long period of time (i.e. years and decades). The basis of longitudinal research strategy is that you review a phenomenon, observing any changes in it and analyzing the factors influencing the change or the consequences of the change over a long period of time.

You can use any of several modes of longitudinal research, such as panel, trend and cohort studies, and there is also a choice of suitable methods of analysis.

Read more on longitudinal research from the links below:

Longitudinal study. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia.

What are Longitudinal Studies? United Kingdom Longitudinal Studies Centre (ULRS). Institute for Social & Economic Research (ISER). The University of Essex.

Shuttleworth, Martyn, 2009. Longitudinal Study. Experiment Resources.

Cho. Longitudinal Research. Web Center For Social Research Methods.