Sociology: Activity Posting #3 - Sayndia Sando Activity...

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Sayndia Sando Activity Posting #3 10/3/19 A sociologist answers their questions by going out into the world, making observations, and coming to certain conclusions based on the evidence they gathered. So for my sociological research, I asked myself the question: If students come to class on time, will the professor start teaching on time? My hypothesis was no, whether or not the students get there on time will not affect when the professor starts teaching. I thought that the professor got paid teach no matter what. So they will teach whether there is 5 or 50 students present. To test this hypothesis, i went to all of my Monday and Wednesday classes 10 minutes early. Then I checked how many students were on time, and when the teacher started for each class. My first Monday class was the science of mental illness at 9:10 am. I observed that more than half of us arrived early, and the rest on time, but the professor still started at around 9:15. However, my findings were different for my 11:30 am introduction to psychology class. The class started at 11:30, and my

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