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UTMGGR277H5Nicole LaliberteWinter

GGR277H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Grounded Theory, Social Science, Symbolic Interactionism

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Degree of abstraction three common components of a theory: Definitions specify what the key terms in the theory mean. Descriptions outline the characte
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UTMGGR277H5Nicole LaliberteWinter

GGR277H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Content Analysis, Internal Validity, Cohort Study

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Final exam review- chapters 1, 2, 7, 12, 15, 16. The connecion between theory and research : form of theory, relaionship between data and theory. Theor
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UTMGGR277H5Nicole LaliberteWinter

GGR277H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Ethnography, Content Analysis, Snowball Sampling

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Introduction the term sampling refers to the selection of individuals and other units of analysis for research. Element or unit: a single case in the p
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UTMGGR277H5R MWinter

CHAPTER 2.docx

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Hypothesis: a type of idea or question; it makes a statement about something that may be true. A formal hypothesis usually states that two or more vari
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UTMGGR277H5Nicole LaliberteWinter

GGR277H5 Chapter 5: GGR277 Chapter 5 - Asking Questions

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Advantages respondents can answer at their own terms they allow unusual responses. Because the questions do not suggest answers, they make it possible
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UTMGGR277H5Nicole LaliberteWinter

GGR277H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Statistical Significance, Dependent And Independent Variables, Standard Deviation

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Chapter 13 quantitative data analysis the questionnaire, observation schedule and coding frame should be designed with the data analysis in mind for tw
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UTMGGR277H5Nicole LaliberteWinter

GGR277H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Stipulative Definition, Face Validity, Dependent And Independent Variables

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What is a concept? concepts are ideas or mental representations of things they are the building blocks of theory and represent the points around which
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UTMGGR277H5Nicole LaliberteWinter

GGR277H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Ethnomethodology, Verstehen, Content Analysis

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Words: determining the frequency with which certain words are used is often the first step in content analysis subjects and themes: a more interpretive
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UTMGGR277H5Nicole LaliberteWinter

GGR277H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Category Theory, Analytic Induction, Grounded Theory

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Analytic induction is an example of a type of qualitative research that uses an iterative process it begins with a rough definition of a research quest
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UTMGGR277H5Nicole LaliberteWinter

GGR277H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Content Analysis, Grounded Theory, Discourse Analysis

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Qualitative research frequently exhibits features associated with a natural science model. Empiricist overtones many qualitative researchers place a si
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UTMGGR277H5Nicole LaliberteWinter

GGR277H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Ethnography, Participant Observation

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One of the most important and yet most difficult steps ethnography is gaining access to the social setting one wants to research. How to gain access de
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UTMGGR277H5Nicole LaliberteWinter

GGR277H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Shoplifting, Structured Interview, Focus Group

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Unstructured and semi-structured interviewing two types of qualitative interview: Unstructured interview: the researcher uses at most a memory aid. Sem
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