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## SOCI 217- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 50 pages long!)

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What we know as part and parcel of the culture we share with those around us. An approach t both agreement reality and experiential reality. We realize

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Week 1- human inquiry and science: what are some things about the social world that you know for sure, earth is round, everyone knows, experts tell us,

View Document## SOCI 217 Study Guide - Winter 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Grounded Theory, Dependent And Independent Variables, Nomothetic

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Week 1- human inquiry and science: what are some things about the social world that you know for sure, earth is round, everyone knows, experts tell us,

View Document## SOCI 217 Study Guide - Final Guide: Chi-Squared Distribution, Null Hypothesis, Inter-Rater Reliability

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*the unobtrusive study of recorded human communications (visual/textual/oral: unobtrusive because not interacting with that you"re studying. Codes=word

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## SOCI 217 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Analytic Induction, Cultural Artifact, Research

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## SOCI 217 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Abductive Reasoning, Research, Nomothetic

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3 common errors in process of human inquiry: errors in observation- what we see. Misinterpret info: selective observations- particularistic/filtering o

View Document## SOCI 217 Study Guide - Final Guide: Content Analysis, Data Analysis, Anomie

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Unobtrusive research: studying social behaviour without affected it. Includes using existing statistics, historical/comparative research, and content a

View Document## SOCI 217 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Stratified Sampling, Quota Sampling, Fallacy

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Whatever it is that a researcher describes or explains and then draws inferences about. This is not about how people are identified, located, or group

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## CHEM 233 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Phosphonium, Structural Formula, Formal Charge

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Chem 233 exercise 1 review of chem 121-123: consider the molecule shown below: 2: the figure below represents the periodic table. Draw arrows represent

View Document## CHEM 233 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Structural Formula, Formal Charge, Lewis Structure

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## MATH 303 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ibm System P, Geom, Branching Process

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Consider the markov chain with state space {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6} and transition matrix. 1 (a) (2 marks, no justi cation needed) draw the transition dia

View Document## MATH 256 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Periodic Boundary Conditions, Periodic Function, Sawtooth Wave

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A function is periodic, with period t , if it repeats itself exactly after an interval of length t . i. e. y(x) = y(x+ Odes can be solved over an inter

View Document## MATH 256 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Step Function, Conflict Resource, Oliver Heaviside

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The laplace transform is de ned by the integral. Within the integral a new variable s appears. Thus the transform is a function of s; we add the bar ab

View Document## MATH 256 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Identity Matrix, Linear Combination, Oscillation

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## MATH 256 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Integral Curve

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The definition of a derivative: dy = lim 0 y(x + ) y(x) dx. But from the ode we also know that dy/dx = f (x, y). Hence, taking a small but finite value

View Document## MATH 256 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Integrating Factor, Linear Combination, Lincoln Near-Earth Asteroid Research

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Odes: one seeks a function of a single variable (e. g. y(x)) that satisfies a di erential equation a given relation between the function and its deriva

View Document## MATH 256 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Polynomial, Scilab, Autocad Dxf

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Recall the ode: with constants a, b and c, and f (x) a prescribed function. ay00 + by0 + cy = f (x) Notice that if y / ex, then all three terms in the

View Document## COMM 295 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Nash Equilibrium, Cournot Competition, Inverse Demand Function

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## SOCI 217 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Oversampling, Multistage Sampling, Nonprobability Sampling

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## SOCI 217 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Simple Random Sample, Nonprobability Sampling, Quota Sampling

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Which type of sampling chooses every kth element in a list: simple random sampling, systematic sampling, disproportionate sampling, cluster sampling. Y

View Document## SOCI 217 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Pearson Product-Moment Correlation Coefficient, Spurious Relationship, Asteroid Family

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When one occurs (or changes) so does the other. Varies between 0 and 1 (or 0 and -1) You don"t get pregnant and then become a female. The observed corr

View Document## SOCI 217 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Collectively Exhaustive Events, Call Screening

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## SOCI 217 Lecture Notes - Informed Consent, Syphilis, Empiricism

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2 pillars of scientific inquiry: logic (knowledge based on systematic analysis, empiricism (knowledge based on observation) 4 scientific standards in c

View Document## SOCI 217 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Statistical Significance, Logistic Regression, Quota Sampling

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## SOCI 217 Lecture Notes - Reproducibility, Concurrent Validity, Operationalization

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Analysis: to breakdown theory into data (deductive) Synthesis: to combine fragments of data into a bigger picture/theory (inductive) 4 building blocks

View Document## SOCI 217 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Univariate, Central Tendency, Frequency Distribution

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Process of detecting and correcting coding errors in a machine-readable dataset. Process of checking to see that only the codes assigned to particular

View Document## SOCI 217 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Explained Variation, Null Hypothesis

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## SOCI 217 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cultural Relativism

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What we know as part and parcel of the culture we share with those around us. An approach t both agreement reality and experiential reality. We realize

View Document## SOCI 217 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Participant Observation, Participatory Action Research, Grounded Theory

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Typically yields qualitative data because observations are not easily reduced to numbers. Can be used to collect quantitative data such as noting the n

View Document## SOCI 217 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Focus Group, Face Validity, Group Dynamics

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Gives the interviewee more freedom to direct the ow of the conversation. Researchers may explore unanticipated issues that may arise in the course of t

View Document## SOCI 217 Chapter Notes -Face Validity, World War I

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Skills required: sensitivity, concentration, interpersonal understanding, insight, mental acuity and discipline. Qualitative design is flexible, contin

View Document## SOCI 217 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Grounded Theory, Jaywalking, Amen

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Qualitative analysis: the non-numerical examination and interpretation of observations, for the purpose of discovering underlying meanings and patterns

View Document## SOCI 217 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Content Analysis, Anomie, Data Analysis

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Unobtrusive research: studying social behaviour without affecting it. Includes using existing stats, historical/comparative research, content analysis.

View Document## SOCI 217 Chapter Notes -Codebook, Univariate, Continuous Or Discrete Variable

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The process of converting data to a numerical format. Quantifying data: from coding data is transformed into numeric form. Developing code categories:

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## SOCI 217- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 50 pages long!)

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What we know as part and parcel of the culture we share with those around us. An approach t both agreement reality and experiential reality. We realize

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## SOCI 217 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Grounded Theory, Dependent And Independent Variables, Nomothetic

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Week 1- human inquiry and science: what are some things about the social world that you know for sure, earth is round, everyone knows, experts tell us,

View Document## SOCI 217 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Dependent And Independent Variables, Statistical Inference, Laura Linney

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Have not met anyone that is immortal. Observation cannot be recorded at random in order for observations to be useful, they need to be collected and re

View Document## SOCI 217 Study Guide - Final Guide: Chi-Squared Distribution, Null Hypothesis, Inter-Rater Reliability

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*the unobtrusive study of recorded human communications (visual/textual/oral: unobtrusive because not interacting with that you"re studying. Codes=word

View Document## SOCI 217 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Abductive Reasoning, Research, Nomothetic

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3 common errors in process of human inquiry: errors in observation- what we see. Misinterpret info: selective observations- particularistic/filtering o

View Document## SOCI 217 Study Guide - Winter 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Grounded Theory, Dependent And Independent Variables, Nomothetic

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## SOCI 217 Study Guide - Face Validity, Nomothetic, Sampling Distribution

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## SOCI 217 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Stratified Sampling, Quota Sampling, Fallacy

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Whatever it is that a researcher describes or explains and then draws inferences about. This is not about how people are identified, located, or group

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## SOCI 217 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Ordinal Data, Collectively Exhaustive Events, Intelligence Quotient

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N: another criterion: non-numerical, qualitative, cannot rank a nominal variable, e. g. religious affiliations. O: all features of nominal, except, can

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## SOCI 217 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Simple Random Sample, Nonprobability Sampling, Quota Sampling

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Which type of sampling chooses every kth element in a list: simple random sampling, systematic sampling, disproportionate sampling, cluster sampling. Y

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## SOCI 217 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Explained Variation, Null Hypothesis

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## SOCI 217 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Qualitative Research, Conversation Analysis, Grounded Theory

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## SOCI 217 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Explained Variation, Null Hypothesis, Digital Footprint

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## SOCI 217 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Statistical Significance, Logistic Regression, Quota Sampling

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