Class Notes for SOC200H1 at University of Toronto St. George (UTSG)

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UTSGSOC200H1Jeffrey EastonFall

SOC200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: System On A Chip, Content Analysis, Verstehen

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11 Dec 2014
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Unobtrusive: nonreactive research in social sciences (validity) coined by campbell schwartz. Refers to any mode of observation which uses indirect way
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UTSGSOC200H1Alexandra MarinFall

SOC200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Operationalization, Nanny, Dependent And Independent Variables

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10 Oct 2016
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Measurement how we measure the concepts to see if they"re correlated. Last week we learned about how to prove causation: so correlation, slide, slide.
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UTSGSOC200H1Mark EastonFall

SOC200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Grounded Theory, Content Analysis, Qualitative Research

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21 Apr 2016
22
Stratification of groups: choosing samples base don a set of common characteristics. How many focus groups should you conduct: good rule of thumb is 10
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UTSGSOC200H1Mark EastonFall

SOC200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Rob Ford, Ordinal Data, Handedness

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21 Apr 2016
23
The elaboration model: replication, explanation, interpretation, specification. The elaboration model (aka the elaboration paradigm, the interpretation
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UTSGSOC200H1MarkeastonFall

SOC200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Nomothetic, Grounded Theory, Focus Group

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19 Jan 2015
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Research design starts with a plan, we should determine what we are going to observe and then analyze how and why. In research design we must consider
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UTSGSOC200H1Jeffrey EastonFall

SOC200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Paula Jones, Operationalization, Fellatio

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11 Dec 2014
43
To identify, can be challenging often difference between what were studying and how we get the info we study. Periodically we often draw on info from i
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UTSGSOC200H1Jeffrey EastonFall

SOC200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: System On A Chip, Symbolic Interactionism, Bicycle Theft

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11 Dec 2014
32
Paradigms: broad ways of looking at the world help frame scientific theories. How we view things are based on socialization and culture. Social science
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UTSGSOC200H1Alexandra MarinFall

SOC200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cognitive Bias

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18 Dec 2015
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Coming up with an answer to just about any question is easy. Determining if your answer is true required evidence. Evidence is the reasons for which we
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UTSGSOC200H1Alexandra MarinFall

SOC200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Probabilism, Canter And Gallop, Jutes

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19 Oct 2015
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UTSGSOC200H1Alexandra MarinFall

SOC200H1 Lecture 5: SOC200 - W5 Notes - Oct 13,15

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19 Oct 2015
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UTSGSOC200H1Mark EastonFall

SOC200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Statistical Parameter, Statistic, Nomothetic

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21 Apr 2016
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UTSGSOC200H1Mark EastonFall

SOC200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Interval Ratio, Mexican Cuisine, Central Tendency

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21 Apr 2016
10
Introduction to quantitative analysis: techniques for quantifying (coding) and cleaning data, quantitative analysis terms and examples, univariate anal
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