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For short the correct answer is true.

Convenience sampling can yield biased search results, because it produces lack of information, so we can’t generalize results with statistical accuracy.

Explanation:

This technique is very common and consists of selecting a population sample that is accessible. That is, the individuals are selected because they are readily available, not because they were selected using a statistical criterion. This convenience generally represents greater operational ease and low sampling cost, but results in the inability to make general statements with statistical accuracy about the population.

This type of sampling is used when we don't have access to the complete list of individuals that make up the population (sampling frame), so we don't know the probability that each individual will be selected for the sample. The main consequence of this lack of information is that we can't generalize results with statistical accuracy.

The most obvious criticism of convenience sampling is sampling bias and that the sample is not representative of the entire population.

Convenience sampling can yield biased search results, because it produces lack of information, so we can’t generalize results with statistical accuracy.

Explanation:

This technique is very common and consists of selecting a population sample that is accessible. That is, the individuals are selected because they are readily available, not because they were selected using a statistical criterion. This convenience generally represents greater operational ease and low sampling cost, but results in the inability to make general statements with statistical accuracy about the population.

This type of sampling is used when we don't have access to the complete list of individuals that make up the population (sampling frame), so we don't know the probability that each individual will be selected for the sample. The main consequence of this lack of information is that we can't generalize results with statistical accuracy.

The most obvious criticism of convenience sampling is sampling bias and that the sample is not representative of the entire population.

The answer is true

The correct answer is True (T)

Explanation:

Research refers to the process of looking for information or study something to solve a question, a problem or establish facts that help the researcher understand some issue better or improve some process. On the other hand, sampling refers to the process of using a part of the information gathered during the process of research and use this information to establish general conclusions, this implies sampling is about using one section of the information and taking it to a wider population that determine the research results. Due to this, if the research selects the sampling or the information that will determine the results conveniently, which means he does not select them randomly but on purpose, this will probably lead to a biased results, which means the results are not objective but were influenced by the researcher opinions and therefore are not reliable. Thus, it is true that is a convenience sampling leads to biased research results.

In convenience sampling, Subject are only chosen based on the convenience of the researchers (whether because they're friends, co-workers, or live near them). This often make the subject of the sampling does not necessarily possess relevant characteristics with the topic of research, and often caused biased result

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