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WESTERNSOC 2206A/BStacey HallmanFall

Sociology 2206A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: External Validity, Cohort Study, Experiment

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Quantitative research often explain a phenomenon in terms of causes and effects that are expressed in laws and principles. Quantitative researchers cho
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Sociology 2206A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Structured Interview, Stipulative Definition, Factor Analysis

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The main steps in quantitative research theory>hypothesis>research design>devise measures of concept>select research site>select research subjects>admi
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Sociology 2206A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Arson, Post-Structuralism, Symbolic Interactionism

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Three components to theory: definitions: specify what key term is, description: outline the characteristics of the phenomenon of interest, rational sta
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Sociology 2206A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Statistical Significance, Nonprobability Sampling, Simple Random Sample

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Sampling refers to the selection of individuals and other units of analysis for research. Important to appreciate that the possibility of sampling erro
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chapter 5- ask a question.docx

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Post-coding can be unreliable procedure because there may be inconsistencies in the judgments because there may be inconsistencies in judgment of diffe
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Sociology 2206A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Concurrent Validity, Ethnography, Participant Observation

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Chapter 6 structured observation: structured observation is a technique in which the researcher follows explicitly formulated rules for the observation
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Chapter 16 - research methods.docx

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Another common theme in content analysis is change in the coverage of an issue over time. Content analysis can be performed on unstructured interviews,
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Sociology 2206A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Laziness, Structured Interview

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The main reason why survey researchers use structured interviews is that they promote standardization in both the asking of questions and the recording
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Sociology 2206A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Natural Sciences And Engineering Research Council, Academic Freedom

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19 Oct 2013
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Every phase of research has ethical issues, how they are handled affects the integrality of specific research initiatives as well as the reputation of
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