03 Theories & Methods of Family Research - part 2

03 Theories - Methods Used in Family Research Scientific Method Why is the scientific method necessary Scientific Method 1 D reasoning 2 I

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Methods Used in Family Research
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Scientific Method Why is the scientific method necessary?
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Scientific Method 1. D______ reasoning 2. I_______ reasoning
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Deductive Reasoning Begins with Defines a Uses theory to Data are Results are
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Deductive Reasoning Research Example:
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Inductive Reasoning Begins with Data is
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Inductive Reasoning Research Example:
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Mnemonic Device - 2 Kinds of Reasoning D eductive I nductive
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All Methods: Strengths Subject to Contain a Influence
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Ethical Considerations 1. No harm to 2. ______ participation
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Time element Cross-sectional vs. longitudinal studies Cross-sectional – Longitudinal –
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Generalizability of results Extent to which findings 2 problem examples ____ generalizability Ex. ___ generalizability Ex.
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Methods 1. Surveys** 2. Laboratory experiments and observations** 3. Field research 4. Clinical case studies 5. Secondary analysis 6. Evaluation research
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Surveys 1. Interviews Type of ______ Type of _____ Collected
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Surveys 2. Questionnaires _____ scales Rs compile
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course HDF 304 taught by Professor Gray during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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03 Theories - Methods Used in Family Research Scientific Method Why is the scientific method necessary Scientific Method 1 D reasoning 2 I

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