Quantitative how they deal with anxiety and depression

Quantitative data mainly shows a numerical form of data,
which can be put into different types of categories. This form of data gives
hard facts and mainly consists of “yes” and “no” answers which can be used to
construct graphs and tables of raw data. Quantitative research method also
consists of a survey-based form for
example

“a rating scale or closed questions on a questionnaire would
generate quantitative data as these produce either numerical data or data that
can be put into categories (e.g., “yes,” “no” answers)” (McLeod ,
2008, 2017)

Benefits of using this kind of data could/would include hard
facts which will limit the amount of the participant reaction to express
appropriate social behaviour, the data will give more of a numerical data which
is less open to ambiguities of interpretation for example

“Quantitative data can be interpreted with statistical
analysis, and since statistics are based on the principles of mathematics, the
quantitative approach is viewed as scientifically objective, and rational”
(Denscombe, 2010)

But that’s not to say qualitative data is out of the
question. What this document is going to tackle does ask for a quantitative
response but it also asks for a
qualitative to give a more human approach
response when talking about depression and anxiety which can’t be given from just qualitative data alone.

“Qualitative research is multimethod in focus, involving an
interpretive, naturalistic approach to its subject matter. This means that
qualitative researchers study things in their natural settings, attempting to
make sense of, or interpret, phenomena in terms of the meanings people bring to
them.” (Denzin & Lincoln, 1994)

That’s why it’s good to get some qualitative data within
this document, for participants who take part in a survey can express how they
deal with anxiety and depression on a day to day basis with the comfort of
video games could give more of a personal response to the survey. 

while mixed method approach will prove useful throughout
this documentation, quantitative data will prove more useful due to the easy
when creating a survey but that doesn’t mean qualitative data won’t be used as
heavily as quantitative data.