Textbook Notes for Marshall

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Sociology 2206A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter Chapter 7: Alf Landon, Statistical Parameter, Grounded Theory

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Sample: a smaller set of cases a researcher selects from a larger pool and generalizes to the population. Researchers have 2 motivations for using prob
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Sociology 2206A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter Chapter 6: Semantic Differential, Likert Scale, Face Validity

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A person or family is said to be in poverty if their family income is below the lico for their family size and geographic location. Instead, he or she
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Sociology 2206A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter Chapter 5: Fallacy, Married People, The Confusion

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It is more characteristic of a qualitative than quantitative style to social research. It is not an excuse for doing poor quality research, and it has
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Sociology 2206A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter Chapter 3: United States Public Health Service, Natural Sciences And Engineering Research Council, Self Esteem (Song)

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Sociology 2206A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter Chapter 11: Statistical Parameter, Central Tendency, Univariate

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Before a researcher examines quantitative data to test hypotheses, he or she needs to ensure they are organized in a manner that allows for analysis. D
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Sociology 2206A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter Chapters 1,2,4: Social Reality, Article One Of The United States Constitution, Time Series

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Authority: when you accept something as true because someone in a position of authority says it is true or because it is in an authoritative publicatio
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Sociology 2206A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter Chapter 10: Operational Definition, Random Number Table, Main Source

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Chapter 10- nonreactive quantitative research and secondary analysis. The people being studied are not aware that they are part of a research project.
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Sociology 2206A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter Chapter 14: Institute Of Historical Research, Discourse Analysis, Social Stratification

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Research questions appropriate for historical research: historical researchers have addressed the questions of how major social institutions, like medi
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Sociology 2206A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter Chapter 9: Factorial Experiment, Interrupted Time Series, Time Series

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Experimental research builds on the principles of a positivist approach. The experiments basic logic extends common sense thinking. Common sense experi
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Sociology 2206A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter Chapter 16: Ethnography, Antipositivism, Structured Interview

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Chapter 16- combining methods in social science research. Triangulation: a general term that refers to mixed methods research the use of more than one
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Sociology 2206A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter Chapter 13: Financial Audit, Tacit Knowledge, Explicit Knowledge

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Steps in a field research project: preparing, reading and defocusing, becoming well informed and clearing the mind of misconceptions. Less likely to kn
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Sociology 2206A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter Chapter 12: Groupthink, Grounded Theory, Focus Group

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Chapter 12- qualitative interviewing: qualitative interview involves asking questions, listening, expressing interest, and recording what is said. Incl
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