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What Is the Difference between Primary and Secondary Research?

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The main difference between the Protestants and the Catholics is the issue of the Pope. Catholics consider the Pope to be the representative of Jesus Christ on earth thus the Head of Church while the Protestants believe that Christ alone is the Head of Church. The Protestants believe that Bible is the sole revelation of God whereas Catholics believes that the Bible alone is not adequate.
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Primary research involves collecting data through fieldwork, trials or experiments, whereas secondary research synthesizes existing research.
The main difference between primary research data and secondary research data is the scientific difference that states: 'Primary data is the data which is created for the first time and there is no previous source available while secondary data is readily available data like data from trade directories and statistics from websites.'
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Primary research is work you do yourself. You go to interview someone. You go visit a place and learn on your own. Secondary research is an account or a telling or a writing about
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primary research is based on primary data while secondary research based on data already collected before by another person.
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Primary and secondary data are defined by their method of research. Primary data is both researched and used by the same source. On the other hand, secondary data comes from a synthesis
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It is my understanding that the difference between primary and secondary research is how the research is conducted. In primary research, the person doing the research ...
Primary and secondary data are defined by their method of research. Primary data is both researched and used by the same source. On the other hand, secondary data ...
Primary and secondary data are defined by their method of research. Primary data is both researched and used by the same source. On the other hand, secondary data ...
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