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Unformatted text preview: 5:24 AM Wed Feb 27 all -100% Documents Jairus McColumnHonors GSE Geometry Literacy Week + .. . Part 2: Reflection Think about the following prompts and the objective of this assignment and reflect on your thoughts about bias in question wording. When it comes to surveys and survey data... whose responsibility is it to ensure that survey data is being collected and used appropriately? Is it ethical for people or agencies to write questions that contain question wording bias? Is it their job to write neutral questions, or is it the job of the reader to be critical of the source of the data? Share your thoughts and explain using examples from the article or your survey questions in part 1 The e fonability should rely on the author who Creates the arkzles. Hel She should take the kme to jot down queskins so that the ra.de would be able to under- shad. This is beneficial because prople are so milarested in a topic and thet if it is not taken senbusly, they ail become unaware. No matter how much the eathor would tell readers that they haer the knowledge of the a little, if is shill wasunable to write the queshta and have a brief, detailed answers . 296 words...
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