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Textbook Notes for SOCC31H3 at University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC)

UTSCSOCC31H3Shirin MontazerSummer

Chapter 1

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UTSCSOCC31H3Katherine( Katy) De CellesFall

SOCC31H3 Chapter Notes -Face Validity, The Technique, Focus Group

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Qualitative interviews allow the researcher to pursue issues and topics in greater depth. In-depth-interview studies- used to signify research designs
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UTSCSOCC31H3Shirin MontazerFall

SOCC31H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Scatter Plot, Null Hypothesis

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Correlation: age, intelligence and education attainment vary from one person to another and therefore referred to as variables. Many relationships are
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UTSCSOCC31H3Katherine( Katy) De CellesFall

SOCC31H3 Chapter Notes -Grounded Theory, Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Inductive Reasoning

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Theories - help us explain future events, help make sense of patterns, and lastly shape and direct research efforts, pointing towards likely discoverie
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UTSCSOCC31H3Chris BovairdFall

Notes 14-18.pdf

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Chapter 14: personality: personality is a particular pattern of behaviour and thinking that prevails across time and situations and differentiates one
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UTSCSOCC31H3Shirin MontazerSummer

Chapter 2 Part I

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The whole idea is to transform raw data into a meaningful and organized set of measures that can be used to test hypothesis. The first step is to const
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