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"A formulation regarding the cause and effect relationships between two or more variables, which may or may not have been tested."
Which one of these does it define?
The introduction of planned change on one or more of the variables; measurement on a small number of variables and control of other variables.
The collection of data using questionnaires, but it also includes other techniques (e.g. structured observation and structured interviews).
The researcher is involved in the acts under study; s/he causes changes and monitors the outcomes.
Theory is developed from data generated by a series of observations or interviews principally involving an inductive approach.