fam-2 - Chapter 2, How We Study Families Text 1. What is...

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Chapter 2, How We Study Families Text 1. What is the value of personal inquiry and your personal experience reality? 2. What are the three problems with personal inquiry and personal experience reality in terms of knowing what works in family life, for example? 3. What is sample bias or sampling bias? 4. What is a population? 5. What are outliers and overgeneralization and how are they related? 6. According to your reading, social science research involves what three components? 7. Be able to describe and define each of the three components of social science research. 8. What is a quantitative research strategy? 9. Define, compare, and contrast correlation and causation. 10. What is a spurious relationship? 11. Compare and contrast construct and variable. 12. What is empiricism? 13. What are the three types of field research your reading discusses? Be able to compare and contrast each type. 14. What was the primary finding from Hewlett, et al. participant observation
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course SFL 160 taught by Professor Brianwilloughby during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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fam-2 - Chapter 2, How We Study Families Text 1. What is...

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