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

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

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Digest"s poll - postcards were mailed asking people who they would vote for. A sampling frame was used with telephone subscribers and automobile owners
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SOCB05H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Advantageous, Thesis Statement, Operationalization

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Scientific inquiry - making observations and interpreting what you"ve learned. 1 - specify what you want to find out. 2 - determine the best way to do
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SOCB05H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Computer-Assisted Telephone Interviewing, Suggestibility, Response Bias

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Individual people are usually the units of analysis. Best for a population too large to observe directly. Sometimes used improperly for example, politi
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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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SOCB05H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Operational Definition, Content Validity, Face Validity

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Most of the variables we want to study do not exist. Ex. religiosity - measures how religious someone is. Ex. religiosity - how many times you go to ch
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