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UTSCSOCB05H3Katie Stuart- LahmanFall

[SOCB05H3] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (45 pages long!)

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Lecture 1 research as a way of knowing. Systematic and scientific collection of information about human social life. Social phenomena how people think
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UTSCSOCB05H3James LanniganSummer

SOCB05H3- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 22 pages long!)

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UTSCSOCB05H3Katie Stuart- LahmanFall

SOCB05H3 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Human Capital, Guttman Scale, Collectively Exhaustive Events

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Lecture 1 research as a way of knowing. Systematic and scientific collection of information about human social life. Social phenomena how people think
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UTSCSOCB05H3Michael EvansSummer

[SOCB05H3] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (16 pages long)

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7 Feb 2017
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A model or framework for observation and understanding which shapes both what we see and how we understand it. Example: picture where from one view it
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UTSCSOCB05H3allSpring

Textbook Notes (detailed notes)

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UTSCSOCB05H3Rania SalemFall

SOCB05H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Grounded Theory, Needs Assessment, Focus Group

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16 Dec 2012
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Final exam review questions: describe each of the pre-experimental designs below. Briefly note the problems associated with such designs: one-shot case
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UTSCSOCB05H3Rania SalemFall

SOCB05H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Criterion Validity, Nonprobability Sampling, Construct Validity

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10 Nov 2012
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Midterm review questions: for each of the following ways that surveys may be administered, list some key advantages and disadvantages, self administere
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UTSCSOCB05H3Katherine StuartFall

final review

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18 Dec 2011
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Advantages y people may speak more candidly alone y one-on-one interaction allows for multiple probing y possible to explore great meaning. Disadvantag
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UTSCSOCB05H3James LanniganFall

SOCB05H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ecological Fallacy, Content Analysis, Soltyrei

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20 Dec 2017
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Logic of social inquiry exam review: experiments and survey research - chapter 7 and chapter 8. Chapter 7 - experiments - focus on determining causatio
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UTSCSOCB05H3Rania SalemFall

SOCB05H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Confidence Trick, Endangerment, Literature Review

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UTSCSOCA03Y3AllFall

SOCA03Y3 Midterm: SOCA03Y3 SOCA01H3 Midterm

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Which of the following theories is characterized by the study of macrostructures, shared values, and a focus on societal equilibrium: c. wright mills,
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UTSCSOCA03Y3AllFall

SOCA03Y3 Final: SOCA03Y3 SOCA01H3 Final Exam Chapter 18 Practice

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Print, radio, television, and other communications technologies compose: Answer (cid:160) mass transit (cid:160) mass media (cid:160) mass behavior (ci
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SOCA03Y3 Final: SOCA03Y3 SOCA01H3 Final Exam Chapter 14 Practice

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SOCA03Y3 Study Guide - Final Guide: General Social Survey, Protestant Work Ethic, Social Inequality

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According to the psychologist william james, religion originates in people"s need: Answer (cid:160) to keep busy (cid:160) to be charitable (cid:160) t
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UTSCSOCA03Y3AllFall

SOCA03Y3 Final: SOCA03Y3 SOCA01H3 Final Exam Chapter 17 Practice

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16 Oct 2018
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In 1950 ____ of the world"s countries boasted systems of compulsory mass education. Answer (cid:160) 10 per cent (cid:160) 20 per cent (cid:160) 30 per
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UTSCSOCA03Y3AllFall

SOCA03Y3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Antonio Gramsci, Xenophobia, Social Inequality

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16 Oct 2018
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Which of the following is not a factor that influences social inequality in canada: geographic location, age, visible majority status, gender. Savvy ai
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UTSCSOCA03Y3AllFall

SOCA03Y3 Final: SOCA03Y3 SOCA01H3 Final Exam Chapter 5 Practice

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16 Oct 2018
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The process of people orienting themselves to others in response to each other"s behavior is called: Answer (cid:160) network building (cid:160) civil
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UTSCSOCA03Y3AllFall

SOCA03Y3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Social Stratification, Social Inequality, Nomenklatura

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Name(cid:160) chapter 8--stratification: united states and global perspectives. Which of the following is not one of the three lessons about social str
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UTSCBIOC19H3Ian BrownFall

BIOC19H3 Final: BIOC19 Full Course Notes

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UTSCMATA37H3Kathleen SmithFall

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UTSCSOCB05H3Katie Stuart- LahmanSummer

SOCB05H3 Lecture Notes - Shoplifting, Operationalization

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Socb05 lecture 1 may 9 2013. We are always consuming research: we need to be able to question and assess the research. We produce research: we gather o
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UTSCSOCB05H3Rania SalemFall

SOCB05H3 Lecture Notes - Surveymonkey, Turnitin

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UTSCSOCB05H3Katie Stuart- LahmanFall

SOCB05H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Inductive Reasoning, Deductive Reasoning, Nomothetic

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17 Apr 2017
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Systematic and scientific collection of information about human social life: how people interact and relate with each other, how people in groups adapt
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UTSCSOCB05H3Rania SalemFall

SOCB05H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Contingency Table, Codebook, World Bank Group

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8 Aug 2015
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UTSCSOCB05H3Katie Stuart- LahmanSummer

SOCB05H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Participatory Action Research, Sudhir Venkatesh, Grassroots

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19 Jul 2013
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Socb05 lecture 9 july 11 2013. * includes notes from guest lecturer salina abji. Deeper understanding of social phenomena: probing social life in its n
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UTSCSOCB05H3Katherine StuartFall

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UTSCSOCB05H3James LanniganSummer

SOCB05H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Causal Reasoning, Nomothetic, Dialectic

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UTSCSOCB05H3Michael EvansSummer

SOCB05H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Nonprobability Sampling, Snowball Sampling, Quota Sampling

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14 Jan 2017
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Sample: a selection of observations that come from a population. Population: the set of all possible data values that could be observed in what you are
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UTSCSOCB05H3James LanniganSummer

SOCB05H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: The Control Group, Dependent And Independent Variables

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23 Feb 2018
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UTSCSOCB05H3Michael EvansSummer

SOCB05H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Juvenile Delinquency, Feminist Theory, Symbolic Interactionism

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14 Jan 2017
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UTSCSOCB05H3Katherine StuartFall

Perfection: SOCB05 Fundamentals of Social Research Book Notes Chapters 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.

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20 Oct 2011
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UTSCSOCB05H3Rania SalemFall

SOCB05; chapternotes.docx

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Not everything we know is because of what we experienced: based on what other people say and we believe it. Sometimes we decide that what we experience
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UTSCSOCB05H3Katie Stuart- LahmanFall

SOCB05H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Postpartum Depression, Participant Observation, Human Capital

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22 Sep 2016
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UTSCSOCB05H3MarkeastonSummer

SOCB05H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Data Analysis, Nomothetic, Deductive Reasoning

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21 May 2015
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People know what they know primarily through two processes. First, people know things through agreement, the things they consider to be real because th
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UTSCSOCB05H3Jeffrey EastonSummer

SOCB05H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 104: Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Longitudinal Study, Body Piercing

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UTSCSOCB05H3Ann MullenWinter

Chapter 14: Qualitative Data Analysis

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UTSCSOCB05H3Rania SalemFall

SOCB05H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: The Foundations, Empirical Evidence, Relative Risk

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29 Oct 2015
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Growing up in society is a big part of knowing to believing what others say they. Its dark on the cold side of the moon. We know some things through tr
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UTSCSOCB05H3Rania SalemFall

SOCB05H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Empirical Relationship, Standard Deviation, Central Tendency

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Quantitative analysis - numerical representation and manipulation of observations for the purpose of describing and explaining the observations. Multiv
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UTSCSOCB05H3Rania SalemFall

SOCB05H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Null Hypothesis, Inverse Function, Simple Random Sample

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The sample must be drawn from the population about which inferences are being made. The inferential statistics assume simple random sampling - hardly e
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UTSCSOCB05H3Rania SalemFall

SOCB05H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Systematic Sampling, List Of Universities In Canada, Simple Random Sample

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