Observation options include different type of studies and data collection. However, in qualitative designs accepted for the DBA program, the accepted designs do require interviews as a data collection method. In these interviews, how might you, as the interviewer, address the nonbehavioral and behavioral activities of the person being interviewed? Using M.E.A.L.
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