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    descriptive correlational study




    hello!

    We have a research study entitled "COMPETENCE ON SAFETY PROTOCOLS AMONG HEALTH AND DISASTER COMMITTEE MEMBERS AND DEGREE OF TRUST OF SELECTED RESIDENTS IN MANDAUE CITY: BASIS FOR INFORMATION DISSEMINATION."

    We are going to measure our 2 variables(competence and trust) from different groups of respondents(committee members and residents). Our concern is that the two groups of respondents vary in number. Our study utilized a total of 52 health and disaster committee members and 1,299 number of residents.

    Any suggestions how to go about our treatment of data since we are planning to use Pearson r correlation coefficient to compute our data but we have different number of respondents from the 2 groups?? Should we pair the number of residents to each of the health and disaster committee members? like a ratio of 25:1???

    we really need your help.

    thanks!!!

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    Re: descriptive correlational study


    Not sure why you need to compare response via correlation. How are responses formatted? What is your research question? Your title seems crazy long!
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