A research method means the use of questionnaires and/or statistical surveys to gather data about people, their cultivation and production of the Agricultural outputs. Research is getting all kinds of information via experimenting or other written sources. Surveying is specifically observing or asking for opinions.
Survey research is one of the most important areas of measurement in applied social research. The broad area of survey research encompasses any measurement procedures that involve asking questions of respondents. A "survey" can be anything forms a short paper-and-pencil feedback form to an intensive one-on-one in-depth interview.
What people know and believe drives consumer choice in the marketplace and, through the political process, public policy affecting agricultural and natural resource industries. Public opinion can have as much impact on enterprise 'sustainability' and profitability as pest and disease problems, soil and climate limitations, and availability of suitable commercial varieties
Surveys can be divided into two broad categories: the questionnaire and the interview. Questionnaires are usually paper-and-pencil instruments that the respondent completes. Interviews are completed by the interviewer based on the respondent says.
Helal Group Survey research has changed dramatically in the last five years. Helal Group have made many surveys concerning the Agricultural Outputs from different NGO's and have completed them successfully. A whole new variation of group interview has evolved as focus group methodology. Increasingly, survey research is tightly integrated with the delivery of service