MC 364 Memos - A39970775 Chapter 1 began with a discussion...

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A39970775 Chapter 1 began with a discussion on how the internet has affected social relations. It provided the reader with statistical data about individual groups and showed how certain groups had similar results. Then it discussed the many errors which may occur in different research techniques. There are many modes of research and each type has specific methods of implementation. No research strategy is without limitations but there will always be error in social research. Chapter 11 provides an explanation for interpretation of research. The needs of the stakeholders and researchers must be met. There are various ways of reaching a mutually agreeable evaluation of data but the implementation of research methods must be agreed upon as well. The ultimate goal of research is to gain a conclusion and do so as efficiently as possible. Sometimes specific outcomes cannot be pinpointed but all groups involved must be satisfied to the best results. The use of specific statistics provides governments and organizations with factual
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2011 for the course MC 364 taught by Professor Ritchie during the Spring '11 term at University of Michigan.

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MC 364 Memos - A39970775 Chapter 1 began with a discussion...

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