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How did Murray conduct his research (two major ways)? 1. Questionnaire sent out to all the major schools, and Big Ten schools, 10,000 students with 15 out of the 100 questions having to do with “dirty language”. 2. Approximately 125 hours of taped recordings from his other projects were reanalyzed (largely from Ohio, Michigan, and Missouri). 3. And he and his students in Ohio conducted 212 personal interviews. 1. Compare, where possible, the responses of the written questionnaires ad oral interviews, with the data he collected ethnographically. 2. Offer some reasons for the present state of dirty-word among Midwestern college students Can you find examples in the responses to Murray’s questions that have changed since he did his research? No, honestly reading all of these stats and everything seemed to fit into this society and what their responses would be like. How does gender figure into Murray’s findings? How does this compare to Tannen’s article from Thursday? Gender seemed to always figure into his finds in almost every single question that he
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