Demerits 1 It is not easy to understand and easy to calculate 2 As it consider

# Demerits 1 it is not easy to understand and easy to

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Demerits: 1) It is not easy to understand and easy to calculate 2) As it consider the sum of the squares of deviations of items from the mean. The items away from mean gets more weight age than those near the mean. Thus, standard deviation gives more weight age to extreme value. 18.6 CHECK YOUR PROGRESS 1) What do you mean by Range? 2) What is Mean Deviation? 3) Explain Quartile deviation. 1) Borwankar P.V. Research Methodology Seth Publisher 1995. 18.8 QUESTION 1) What is standard deviation? What are it merits and demerits? 2) What is mean deviation? Discuss its as merits and demerits. 
1. Social Research Introduction a) Historical Context of Research. b) Scope of Social Research Knowledge Buildings, Study of Social problems, Theory Making and Policy Making. 2. Research Methodology a) Survey Approach, Historical Approach b) Objectivity and Ethical Neutrality 3. Study of Research Designs a) Exploratory Design b) Descriptive Design c) Action Research d) Experimental Research 4. Quantitative Research a) Questionnaire b) Interview Schedule c) Scaling Techniques-Social Distance, Sociometry 5. Qualitative Research a) Participant Observation (Ethnography) b) Case Study c) Focused Group
210 d) Content Analysis 6. Sampling Meaning, Significance, Probability and non-probability sampling. 7. Presentation of Data Graphic Presentation of Data Pie Chart, Bar Diagram, Histogram, Frequency Polygon, Ogive Measures of Central Tendency Mean, Mode, Median (Sums-Grouped data) 8. a) Measures of Dispersion- Range, Quartile Deviation, Mean Deviation, Standard Deviation (Sums-Ungrouped Data and Grouped Data) b) Normal Distribution Curve. c) Introduction to SPSS 9. Project Work- The teacher should provide a brief orientation into the following: Formulation of Research Problem, Literature Search, Statement of the Problem, Formulation of Hypothesis, conceptualization, variables, data collection, classification and coding, tabulation, analysis and interpretation of data and report writing. This is to enable students to conduct project work effectively. Bibliography: Alan Bryman, Quantity and Quality in Social Research, London; Unwin Hymna, 1988. Anthony Giddens, Positivism and Sociology, Cambridge; Gower, 1987. Best Kahn, Research in Education Ed. 9, Prentice Hall of India. Private Limited, 2003.

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