Identify other core ethical principles that are

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identify other core ethical principles that are generally held in common among social scientists List some harms a research participant might be exposed to from a simple social science survey or interview List some of the more likely negative consequences of major violations of ethical research standards List some of the more likely negative consequences of minor violations of ethical research standards Identify common elements of a simplified "informed consent form” for a basic survey Discuss the role of representativeness in collecting and organizing evidence to support a claim Explain the requirements for "evidence" for a literature review versus an original research report
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Be able to use Google Forms to create surveys for data collection and point out common problems, recognize key elements from the user interface, and describe what happens at each stage of surveying Describe the difference between Google Forms and Spreadsheets and how the two work together Set share permissions correctly in Google Forms and Google spreadsheets to share with collaborators Module 6: Extra Writing Assistance, Luddite Day, and Technology Holiday Describe what can happen when a research report fails to conform to the expectations of the reader regarding form Describe what can happen when a research report fails to conform to the expectations of the reader regarding content Discuss one or more reasons why revision is essential to the drafting of a quality research report List the recommended order for drafting various sections of a typical research paper Define “Luddite”, the origins of the term, and explain the meaning of this term in the contemporary era Outline the general theory that links dopamine to "searching behavior" and connect this to internet addiction Demonstrate an understanding of the risks of certain technologies by listing one or more individual impacts (e.g. technostress) List examples of social ills or benefits that can be associated with the use or misuse of technology
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Articulate your own views about the proper and responsible use of technology in modern life Module 7: DataViz, Graphical Data Display and Summaries, and Standards for Evaluating Good Graphing List the levels of measurement and describe their significance for data management and visualization Explain why the levels of measurement of variables need to be identified in order to practice effective data visualization Describe the purpose of graphing data and the basic rules for good data visualization Define "DataVis" and explain what skills are required to excel in this field State the general conditions under which a frequency table might be preferred over a full data visualization Describe and identify the basic options for graphically displaying each major type of variable by level of measurement Describe the general situations in which a pie chart is an appropriate graphing tool and
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