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CRJU 3020: Research Methods in Criminal Justice Spring, 2011 Dr. Mark D. Reed Review Sheet for Examination #1 (Bachman and Schutt, Chapters 1 and 2) _____________________________________________________________________________ _ TERMS: Agreement reality Experiential reality Inaccurate observation Selective observation Overgeneralization Premature closure of inquiry Ideological bias Ego involvement in understanding Descriptive research Exploratory research Explanatory research Evaluation research Experiments Surveys Participant observation Intensive interviewing Secondary data analysis Content analysis Crime mapping Triangulation Unobtrusive measures Quantitative data Qualitative data Science Positivism Postpositivism Intersubjective agreement Interpretivism Constructionist paradigm Validity Measurement validity Generalizability Causal validity Research questions Inductive methods Deductive methods Empirical generalization Variable Attributes Constant Hypothesis Alternative or research hypothesis Null hypothesis Independent variable Dependent variable Positive relationship
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  • Spring '10
  • MarkReed
  • research Explanatory research, Descriptive research Exploratory research Explanatory research Evaluation, Validity Measurement validity, Causal validity Research

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