class_project3 - Data Collection #3: Children's Games You...

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Data Collection #3: Children’s Games You will do an in-depth study of Michigan respondents of terms for children’s games. Select your 8 respondents from MSU students as follows: Ethnicity: 4 European-Americans 4 African-Americans Gender (for each ethnic sub- 4 female and 4 male Remember; you cannot use yourself on anyone from this class as a respondent. WARNING! In all scientific work, the falsification of data is cheating and is as serious as plagiarism. Any student who is found to have falsified data in any way will be subject, at least, to failure in this course. You will code the opscan sheet for the respondent. Use the following: 1) Respondent’s ethnicity a. European American b. African American 2) Respondent’s sex a. Male b. Female You will ask each respondent what he or she calls the following objects. 3) The children’s trick of turning over rapidly straight forward close to the ground. a. somersault
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course IAH 231C taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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