What Is Secondary Research?

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Secondary research is research that is carried out with already existing data. It uses materials as books, magazines, journals, newspapers among others. Here, the researcher needs not go on the ground since all the information collected has been documented already.
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From my understanding, Primary and Secondary research are the difference in conducting the research. In Primary research, there is no data available for the researcher, hence the
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Secondary research is a method of collecting data that has already been gathered by some one else. It is a technique used when performing marketing research. It is a useful method as it allows the researcher to identify a new topic rather than one that has exhaustively been researched.
Secondary research is the collection, cultivation, and interpretation of already existing research and previously detailed relevant information.
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