the independent and dependent variables are nominal ordinal or intervalratio in

The independent and dependent variables are nominal

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the independent and dependent variables are nominal, ordinal, or interval/ratio in character.] 8. What is unobtrusive research? How does it differ from the other types of research that we have studied? 9. What is the difference between a sampling unit and a recording unit? How do these two terms relate to content analysis? 10. What is content analysis? When is it particularly relevant? What is a coding scheme and how does it relate to content analysis? What are the different types of variable coding for quantitative content analysis? 11. What is inter-coder reliability? Why is it important for content analysis? 12. Know the general argument for Lindner’s study on the journalistic accounts of the Iraq war. 13. Be familiar with Kearney and Levine’s study of the impact of MTV’s 16 and pregnant on teen childbearing. 14. Be familiar with the design of the experiment we ran in class/lab as well as some of the findings. 15. What are the different sources of existing data? 16. What is an ecological fallacy? 17. What are the strengths and weaknesses of unobtrusive research/existing data analysis?
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  • Statistics, Null hypothesis, Statistical hypothesis testing, Solomon Four-Group Design

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