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-Dec 13th. If you cannot attend the exam at that time, please see me as soon as possible to arrange a make-up exam.
Proposal Students will generate a paper proposal which will be due Week 10 (Dec 6th). Rough Outline: Introduction- What problem would you like to solve? ≈ 1 pageLiterature Review (Peer reviewed sources) ≈ 2-3 pagesClear thesis/ hypothesis Methods ≈ 2 pagesThe design, subjects, manipulation... etc Limitations, Policy Implications and Conclusion ≈ 1 pageCitations (APA)
Science, Society and Social ResearchChp 1- Sept 28, 2017
Learning about the Social WorldThe Puzzle- interesting question about the worldObserveGeneralizeReasoningReevaluating
ProblemsSelective Observation-Choosing to look only at things that are in line with our preferences or beliefs.Inaccurate Observation-An observation based on faulty perceptions of empirical reality.Overgeneralization-unjustifiably conclude that what is true for some is true for all
ProblemsIllogical Reasoning-When we prematurely jump to conclusions or argue on the basis of invalid assumptions.