Methodology_in_Cross_Cultural_Psychology

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Cross-Cultural Psychology: Methodology Sharon Glazer, Ph.D. Feb 4 & 6, 2008
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Sample How many cultures? Why are two culture comparisons not enough? Equivalence of samples? Within country or between country? Culture-level of Individual-level?
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Translations Meaning of Constructs Functional Equivalence (same purpose) Conceptual Equivalence (the meaning given to a situation/concept) Translation Equivalence (translation captures intended meaning) Metric Equivalence (rating scale carries same meaning and variance) Read “Digging Deeper”
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Unformatted text preview: Multi-Methods Content analysis Comparable methods Diversify methods Focus groups Equivalent scales Potential Bias Response Bias Motivation (why are they participating)? Reaction to Experimenter Response style Test administration (under what conditions was test administered)? Researcher Bias Ethics Who is responding? (women, men, both) Difference between visible attributes and invisible attributes (e.g., stereotypes) IRB Freedom/Choice...
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