This correlation relationship reveals that no less than two variables or concepts shift at the same time. The questionnaire technique was applied for the purpose of testing the hypothesis in order to accomplish the study objectives as intended. A survey based questionnaire was handed out to as many Multimedia University students within the Cybercafé campus grounds for analysis purposes. This questionnaire surveys mentioned was dispatched in a cross sectional method which resulted In the data collected needed only to be executed once, as this was sufficient to meet the research objective.
Population and Sample It was decided that the selected population whom had contributed in answering the questionnaire survey of this report are the Multimedia University students studying within the Cyber]ay campus concerning all degree major scholars offered by the university. Furthermore, the degree level scholars differ due to the fact that the undergraduates are from diverse faculties in Multimedia university for instance; Faculty of Engineering (FOE), Faculty of Computing and Informatics (FCC), Faculty of Creative Multimedia (FCC) and Faculty of Management (FOAM).
The file regarding the ample was acquired from our group mates as these undergraduates are acquaintances whom are studying in Multimedia University Cybercafé campus. It was stated that the total amount of undergraduates whom had taken part In the questionnaire survey are 1 96 students, which comprises of foreign and local undergraduates. The sample mentioned was utilized from a particular population for this study as it is essential for us to get the ideal amount of respondents for the sole purpose of capturing the right data that characterizes the whole population.
Efficiency is the key for the success of this study. Therefore, the suitable sample size with the respect of the rules of thumb by Kicker and Morgan (1970) and Cohen (1969) must be fulfilled. Details of the sample selection procedure is in table 3. 1 below. Descriptions FOE FCC FOAM Local students 25 33 29 International students 17 15 10 37 Total sample 42 45 Data Collection Method All the statistics were obtained by the questionnaire survey because this process is believed to be the highly applicable when all the respondents of this paper are undergraduates.
While the data collection is commencing, all the respondents were hoses based on the random sample sampling with probability as these undergraduates are mostly mere acquaintances and not closely related to the group. Within the random sample, all respondents in the population possess equal chances of being chosen as a sample of this research study. This concludes that the undergraduates from Multimedia University, Cybercafé campus have identical probability to be chosen as participants of this research study. Furthermore, the records were acquired through personally administrated questionnaire surveys.
This allows the researcher to be able to develop good relations with all the participants as he survey was being presented. Any questions and uncertainty highlighted by the participants was clarified then and there itself with all the survey being collected instantaneously after the participants have finished them. Questionnaire Development The questionnaire that was developed is a fixed number of enquiries utilized in many social surveys (Neumann, 2009). When attaining the data required for evaluating the variables in this research, the questionnaire survey is utilized.
Besides, an existing tool from another credible source was used to design the questionnaire survey for his research study. This survey mentioned comprises of 40 enquiries whereby there are 36 scale enquiries and 4 demographical questions. The respondents utilized the 5-point Liker scale to answer the statements and questions; 1 = strongly disagree, 2 = disagree, 3 = neutral, 4 = agree, 5 = strongly agree. As a reminder, the wordings of the survey were revised to the context of the research study. Furthermore, the information was collected via the quantitative process, and it utilizes random samples as the distribution method.
At the beginning of the survey, the information elected is demographic data. This includes; gender, age, group of students, and program of study. Whereas the second segment, respondents were requested to answer the knowledge sharing part (dependent variable). Additionally, the knowledge questions and 4 items that are positive questions. Not a single negative question was left out from the record. The item mentioned was implemented from Yen and Mejia (2007). Moving on to the third segment, questions were enquired pertaining to the independent paradigms which are; leadership, opportunity to share, trust, plus tacit and explicit knowledge.