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WEEK 4 DQ 2 Which type of attitude scale would you use to question children between the ages of 7 and 10? The clear answer here appears to be the graphics ranking scale. I would also think about a simple category scale which used yes and no replies. A mix of simple category and graphic scale would permit kids to understand the information being provided. Maybe use a number system for example picture one or picture two to get replies. For what population would you use a graphical rating scale?
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The first question shows that graphical ranking scales are usually used for kids. I have a buddy who is deaf and I have learned to interact with in physical or graphical methods. I would propose using a graphical ranking scale to carry out surveys of the deaf community. I think this is a superb example of a particular population which would take advantage of graphical ranking scales.
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Unformatted text preview: What is the difference between a rating and a ranking scale? Ranking scales need participants’ to evaluate different items depending on a numerical value. For instance: On a scale of 1-10 how would you rate your mobile phone company. Rating scales ask participants to compare items in connection to each other. For instance: Rating the best five auto producers in order from 1-5; one being the highest and five being the lowest. Which one is better at measuring customer satisfaction? Explain Ranking scales would be utilized to measure customer care with a particular product. The analyst is not requesting the participant to evaluate customer care to a different object. The aim of a customer satisfaction survey would be to establish a consumer’s degree of satisfaction depending a ranking system which is indicative to item under consideration....
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