Studied in what was known as bank wiring experiments

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studied in what was known as bank wiring experiments, whereas women increased their efforts, known as the Hawthorne effect- when people change their behavior because they know they are being watched Ethics in Sociological Research; research must meet professional ethical criteria, openness (sharing research results), honesty & truth, no falsification of results or plagiarism, protect identity of sources, know where the funding comes from and if there are any ‘strings’ attached. Humphrey’s & the Tearoom Sex Study ; recognized public law enforcement held highly simplistic stereotyped beliefs about men who commit impersonal sexual acts with one another in public restrooms, “Tearoom Sex” as fellatio in public rest room, told some of his position as a scientist, engaged as “watch queen”, found that typically the more educated were more willing to talk, he recorded the license plate numbers of the men & found their homes, interviewed them and their families in disguise about their marital status, race, job, sexuality & so on, this was VERY UNETHICAL - also illegal, an invasion of their privacy, BUT his findings destroyed many stereotypes, he found 54% of the men were married, 38% neither identified as bisexual/homosexual, most of them were catholic, 62% of them were well educated, his research helped persuade police to stop
gay still have tea room sex with men> still at risk for HIV aids- informed medical community to broaden Lindsay’s presentation ‘study cycle’ planning ; preview; read/preview textbook chapter, lecture slides, previous notes, learning objectives, outline. Attend ; actively listen, themes, concepts, keywords, questions, examples, pay attention to verbal and non-verbal ques, repeated things (hints they are important) Monitoring/ post lecture ; review; within 24 hours, recognize them, meet with peers, synthesize with textbook notes/ slides, verify completeness of notes, Study weekly intense sessions, cumulative review, minimum 1/hr. a course a week. Evaluating ; assess; are your studying strategies effective? How will you modify them? Who can help? Preview 10 mins before class Note taking; summarize, record, avoid verbatim note taking (every word), “doodles” visuals, create guiding questions, leave space to finish thoughts off later, big ideas, examples, summaries Outline method; main idea (indent) sub point (indent) sub-sub point (used by professor Kimberly Ellis Hale

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