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In tabular form,give differences between descriptive and experimental research?

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Descriptive Research | Experimental Research
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Objective: To describe and explain the characteristics of a particular phenomenon or group. | Objective: To establish cause-and-effect relationships between variables.
Design: Observational and non-experimental. | Design: Experimental and involves manipulation of variables.
Control: No control over variables. | Control: Control over variables through manipulation and random assignment.
Data Collection: Collects data through surveys, interviews, observations, or existing records. | Data Collection: Collects data through controlled experiments and measurements.
Variables: No manipulation of variables. | Variables: Manipulation of independent variables to observe the effect on dependent variables.
Causality: Cannot establish causality. | Causality: Can establish causality by manipulating variables.
Generalizability: Findings can be generalized to a larger population. | Generalizability: Findings can be generalized to a larger population if the study is well-designed and representative.
Examples: Surveys, case studies, observational studies. | Examples: Randomized controlled trials, laboratory experiments.
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