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Why do nations and communities fail? It is quite simple; such downfall could be accredited to human miscarried behavior. Researchers generally decipher ruinous matters occurring in society and arrange adequate solution for betterment. Qualitative or quantitative investigations conducted could often entail data collections from reliable sources coupled with participants' interviews or experiments. A sample size of the population of interest is always recommended for such investigation. In the academic book Failed Nations and Communities, internal and external validity were carefully evaluated to avoid confounded results or intolerance. Additionally, research with unimpaired statistical methods could be observed with persuasive arguments reinforced by scholarly sources. Pertinent facts and evidence may also induce a sympathetic mood and feeling. Furthermore, in the last few chapters, a compassionate theological undertone coupled with rhetorical strategies may prompt the reader to connect with the author.

GENRE
Essais et sciences humaines
SORTIE
2016
10 août
LANGUE
EN
Anglais
LONGUEUR
162
Pages
ÉDITEUR
Marc A. Nader
TAILLE
2.5
Mo