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Ok, I'm trying to define the sample population for my PhD but I'm a bit lost.
Assuming that I'm doing research on students behavior on Faculty of X (e.g. Economics). Would it be enough to just get the sample from Faculty X in Uni A or do I need to get other students from different Unis as well to avoid bias? Also, would it be necessary as well to get students from other Faculties that's related to X (e.g Engineering that uses Economics or Applied Mathematics that uses Economics - to get more meaningful data
I'm a new PhD student. Hope you could help me out a bit.
I'm reading some literature now and I was thinking about the PhD output. Normally, would a PhD have a single output or is it possible for a PhD to have an output with a collections of smaller outputs or even multiple (main) outputs even?
Sorry for the noob question. Still new to this :$
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