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lab report 1 - Gender Differences in Cell Phone Use on...

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Gender Differences in Cell Phone Use on Campus Introduction This experiment explores the following hypothesis: women are most likely to be talking on their cell phones around campus than men. Today, a woman talking on her cell phone more than a man is a shared stereotype among many people worldwide. So, for our assignment our class thought it would be interesting to explore this stereotype and test its validity by observing an equal number of male and female USC students around campus. Methods The methods required to conduct this experiment were very short and simple. After class one day I stood in front of Tommy Trojan on campus and observed 10 males, and 10 females. I counted how many of them were on their cell phones and how many were not. I recorded my data and posted my results on Blackboard for my fellow peers to look at and compare their results, and they did the same for me as well. Each student in the class participated in this research; everyone observed 10 males and 10 females (with the exception of one student who observed 20 males and 20 females) and
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