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Unformatted text preview: Sometimes you cannot predict completely accurately. Saddhaim Hussein…he attacked Iraq; didn’t work – so he invaded Kuwait; so the probability is that he would again invade another country We made no fly zones Traditionalist – can’t predict people are freaks and probability – qualitative method Questions: normative – value laden questions (injects opinion) Testing: speeches, writings, history Predictability: low – shouldn’t predict Behavioralist – can’t predict accurately, but can still yield useful Questions: empirical – factual questions (emulates natural sciences) - quantitative Testing: Quantitative – stats, computer methods Predictability – high; not as good as natural sciences, but still good...
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- Fall '07
- Natural & Social Sciences, Pig Dead Pig, Pig Air Suffocate, value laden questions