← Final Exam Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- actual historical records or artifacts
- amount where people have a known chance of being selected
- what does non probability sampling reflect?
- what is phenomenology the study of?
- what is historic archival data?
- a conscious experience of the social world and everyday social life
- b probability sampling
- c amount where people have an unknown or no chance of being selected
- d data obtained through history
- e primary sources
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- accounts that were written about an event days to months to years later
- thick description
- the whole population
- Face to face, self completion, telephone interviews
5 True/False Questions
what is participating in peoples lives for an extended period of time? → how am I seen, look, act, speak, behave?
what are four types of focus groups? → oral, documentary, primary, secondary
what is stratified sampling? → when a population is spread out into groups
what is an important thing to consider during impression management? → an impression that facilitates observation and does not produce obstacles
what are the advantages and disadvantages of self completion social surveys? → advantages: can explain questions, length can vary, use non verbal cues, use visual aids, scope for unstructured questions, interviewer controls environment
disadvantages: cost can be high and limiting, can introduce bias,