Unformatted text preview: Carolina. (1) Although it possesses a clear direction, this comparison fails to provide logic for its conclusion; because the comparison gives no detail about what differentiates the citizens of California from those of North Carolina, it lacks external validity and is, therefore, not generalizable. (2) Citizens that reside in states that produce more tobacco per capita are more likely to smoke in comparison with other states. (3) Independent variable – states; dependent variable – smoking....
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- Fall '08
- U.S. state, Tobacco smoking, Household income in the United States, Tara Alire TA, Nick Warner