wk11_data_management_09

wk11_data_management_09 - Assignment4 FINALPROPOSAL...

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Assignment 2 CONCEPTUALIZATION HYPOTHESES Relationships Between Variables IVs & DVs Assignment 1 RESEARCH QUESTION (target population & a problem/issue) Assignment 4 FINAL PROPOSAL Discussion on study limitation & implications for policy/practice .. Assignment 3 RESEARCH DESIGN (iv) ANALYSIS PLAN Assignment 3 RESEARCH DESIGN (iii) DATA COLLECTION RESEARCH DESIGN: (ii) Operationalization & Measurement Of variables (IVs, DVs) Assignment 2 LITERATURE REVIEW Provide conceptual map Theory (explanatory) No theory (exploratory) Assignment 3 RESEARCH DESIGN: (i) Sampling
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What do these measures really mean ? (proxy of other social constructs) Women who do not wear  seat belts  (risky behavior, poor self-care) were more likely to  deliver babies with  low birth weight . Ethnic elders (cultural preference, trust)  were  less likely to use community  services  (compared to white elders) Ethnic older women  (life time health condition/employment opportunity. .)   were more  likely to be in  poor health  (compared to white older women)
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Indirect effect/mediating effect H1: There is a relationship between stress (x) & health (y) Ho: no relationship X  ------------------------------------------------ Y  (direct effect) Stress                         Health X  ----------------------  Z  --------------------- Y  (indirect effect) Stress -------------social support---------------Health                   (protective factor) Stress -------------depression------------------Health        (mediating factor)
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Data coding schemes: Measurement issues: ordinal vs. nominal Education level 0=no school 1=grade school 2=some high school 3=high school grad 4=college level Education level 5=no school 4=grade school 3=some high school 2=high school grad 1=college level
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2011 for the course SOC 101 taught by Professor Mui during the Spring '11 term at Columbia College.

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wk11_data_management_09 - Assignment4 FINALPROPOSAL...

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