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Practicum: Work, Poverty, and Welfare

I’m presenting in document form: The presentation must cover the following information: – Summary of the introduction – Main independent and dependent variables – Hypotheses – Brief review of the literature – Population and sample characteristics + how you will obtain informed consent – Description of the instrument to collect data and a discussion of […]

Research Proposal Part 3: Methodology

Task: The methodology covers four key parts to describing what will be done in the study.  1) The first part is the participant’s section in which you are discussing the target population, your sample and how you are going about obtaining the sample, the demographics of the participants, and how you will get informed consent.  […]


The final part of this class considers mixing research methods, evaluative research, participatory action research, and meta-analysis.  These are approaches to data collection and knowledge generation that cannot neatly fit into the two main branches of research that are quantitative and qualitative approaches. 1) Mixed methods are becoming increasingly popular.  What are the pros and […]

Research Proposal Part 2

You are to write a review of the existing literature for your chosen topic utilizing at least fifteen academic peer-reviewed papers, preferably from scholarly journals.  You will focus on describing the results of each of the studies reviewed and narrowing down the theoretical framework driving the study. You will then relate it to your own […]


Task:Please answer 1 of the questions 1 through 3, then everyone answers question 4. 1. Using Hofstede’s tool on the website: How is your country of interest different than the U.S. on each of the dimensions of the taxonomy? This includes individualism/collectivism, power distance, masculinity/femininity, uncertainty avoidance, long vs. short-term orientation, and indulgence/restraint? 2. With […]


Now that we have explored some of the descriptive statistics and important basic data values in quantitative research and begun an exploration of inferential statistics, let’s make sure we can sort these concepts out before moving forward.  We have units of analysis about which we collect our data.  The data we collect are categorized.  Data […]


Answer any 2 of the following questions this week. 1. Watch the video about water shortages in Mexico.  Consider the issue of resource dilemmas and Table 13.1.  What is a resource dilemma in your area?  What are the issues at stake? 2. Discuss the impact that the surrounding environment has on our behavior.  Please be […]

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REBUTTAL NEEDED:Given our understanding of how prison situations act on the mind of the individual (as demonstrated by the Zimbardo study), what recommendations or changes would you suggest for our nations prison environments? (In answering this, please be sure to note concepts from the sections of the chapter that directly discuss this). The Zimbardo experiment […]


Please answer only one (1) of the following questions (but make sure to still meet the 150-word criteria for your first post). 1. Compare the ethics of the two experiments, discuss each experiment (Milgrim and Zimbardo).  Though studies like these would never again be allowed, and would not be approved by an Institutional Review Board, […]

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IColleagues’ response1:Quantitative research is used to analyze problems by generating numerical data that can be transformed into usable statistics. It can be used to quantify opinions, behaviors, attitudes, demographic differences, and many other defined variables within a larger sample population. While producing quantitative research, researchers may seek to measure and analyze data to formulate facts […]

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