What Are Four Sources Of Secondary Data ?

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Katie Harry Profile
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Secondary data is the collecting and processing of data gathered by others for research purpose. The sources for just data includes Journal Articles, data bases, census data, organizational records, books, internet, surveys, statistical abstracts, the media, case studies and other archival records.
amber Jhon Profile
amber Jhon answered
There are various sources of secondary data including; (Qualitative resources) biographies, memoirs, newspapers and (Quantitative sources) published statistics like census, survey, data achieves and market research. The four most reliable sources of secondary data are as follows:

International data source
ICPSR
Integrated Public Use Micodata Series
Bureau Of Labor Statistics

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Anonymous Profile
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1-  Government of India(census).
2-   Media
3-   Print media.
4-   Internet
amber Jhon Profile
amber Jhon answered
In the context of research, secondary sources of data can be majorly categorized into two groups which include qualitative and quantitative. The major and reliable sources of secondary data include, International data source, which provides all data records related with economic and political aspects. Second source can be ICPSR, which was established in the year 1962 and it is a very active social science research organization. The third data source can be Integrated Public Use Microdata Series, which collects historical census files from other countries. Another source is Bureau of Labor Statistics, which can give all secondary data related with employment, industrial relations, prices etc. These are the four primary sources of secondary data and published researches usually contain data from these sources. Moreover, data can be collected from memoirs, surveys, newspapers, etc.

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1. Mass Media; internet, print media, radio, television.
2. Government agencies & international organisations; census, regulatory bodies.
3. Market Research Providers; colmar brunton
4. Databases of organisations; MIS> Marketing Information System
5. Industry Bodies; superannuation funds, internet industry association.

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