The study respondents were education on the study design in order to gain understanding on the procedures of the study, objectives of the study and practical as well as policy implications of the study (Guba & Lincoln, 1989). The study satisfied the principle of malfeasance and beneficence as well as principle of anonymity. The study respondents were informed on anonymity of their participation and that the study results were not for commercial purposes. Thus, the study satisfied principle of privacy of information (Tashakkori & Teddie, 1998). Measures were put in place to ensure respondents privacy was not infringed through exposure of respondent’s data to third parties. Please order today for essay writing topics or services. https://www.essaycapital.co.uk/order/
 

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