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Class Notes for Sociology 2206A/B at Western University (UWO)

WESTERNSOC 2206A/BDonna MaynardFall

Sociology 2206A/B Lecture 1: Research Methods Maynard Fall 2015 ALL LECTURES

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27 Dec 2015
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WESTERNSOC 2206A/BBill MarshallSpring

Sociology 2206A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Hippocratic Oath, Socioeconomic Status, Causal Model

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31 Jan 2018
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Ethical and political issues: exam next saturday feb 10: 2-4 pm @hsb 40, assignment is posted online due march 7. If "a" then "b" =assertion, a therefo
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WESTERNSOC 2206A/BNicholas SpenceFall

Sociology 2206A/B Lecture Notes - Scientific Method, General Social Survey, Empiricism

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2 Aug 2012
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A method we utilize to find answers to questions we have about the world. Someone in a position of authority says so! Science: a social institution and
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WESTERNSOC 2206A/BWilliam MarshallWinter

Sociology 2206A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Measurement Problem, Dependent And Independent Variables, Fallacy

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20 Jan 2017
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Sociology in practice is not as clear cut or straightforward than youd think but its theories or presumptions of any kind no less scientific than other
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WESTERNSOC 2206A/BWilliam MarshallWinter

Sociology 2206A/B Lecture 6: Unobtrusive measures

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10 Feb 2017
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You can start on the weheel wherever you want. If you start at the theory youre doing explanatory research. Empiricists hang out at the bottom of the c
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WESTERNSOC 2206A/BStephen LinFall

Sociology 2206A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Theoretical Definition, Operationalization, Collectively Exhaustive Events

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22 Oct 2018
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The mental process of developing clear and precise meaning for abstract ideas or concepts. Providing a specific and tentative definition for an abstrac
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WESTERNSOC 2206A/BBill MarshallSpring

Sociology 2206A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Baffin Island, Internal Validity

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4 Apr 2018
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Last normal lecture, next week is just qs. Threats to internal validity: historicism, things happen between time 1 and time 2 that we have no control o
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WESTERNSOC 2206A/BStephen LinFall

Sociology 2206A/B Lecture 6: Sociology 2260A – October 17th

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22 Oct 2016
15
It is not practical or reasonable to study every single person. In terms of costs and time, we have a restraint. Hopefully the subset that we use as ou
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WESTERNSOC 2206A/BWilliam MarshallWinter

Sociology 2206A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Deductive Reasoning, System On A Chip, Thomas Kuhn

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13 Jan 2017
11
Is sociology a science: scientific method. An objective, accurate, systematic analysis of empirical data in order to discover recurring relationships a
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WESTERNSOC 2206A/BWilliam MarshallWinter

Sociology 2206A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Thomas Kuhn, Auguste Comte, Demographic Transition

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30 Jan 2016
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Hard to be objective, but must attempt to. Variable: something which can change in value, composed of independent variable and dependent variable, can
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WESTERNSOC 2206A/BStephen LinFall

Sociology 2206A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Workplace Harassment, Snowball Sampling, Body Language

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15 Dec 2016
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Everything strictly follows a script (wording, tone, manner) Answers are usually: multiple choices, agree / disagree, likert-scale. 15-29 b) 30 44 c) 4
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WESTERNSOC 2206A/BStephen LinFall

Sociology 2206A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Social Experiment, Internal Validity, External Validity

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22 Oct 2018
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