use a procedure called non probability purposive sampling to maximize the

Use a procedure called non probability purposive

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use a procedure called non-probability purposive sampling to maximize the diversity in the small sample Participants were identified by key informants, by researchers who worked as dancers themselves and by dancers who participated in the study; snow ball effect PARTICIPANT-OBERSERVER STUDIES Participant-Observer Technique: A research method in which the scientist becomes part of the community to be studied and makes observations from inside the community EXPERIEMNTS Correlation Studies: A study in which the researcher does not manipulate variables but rather studies naturally occurring relationships (correlations) among variables. Ex. Self-reports and direct observations Experiment: A type of research study in which one variable (the independent variable) is manipulated by the experimenter while all the other factors are held constant; the researcher can then study the effects of the independent variable on some measured variable (the dependent
Causal Inference: Reaching the conclusion that one factor actually causes or influences an outcome CHAPTER 4: SEXUAL ANATOMY GENITAL SELF-IMAGE Genital Self-Image: Our attitudes and feelings towards our genitals May be affected by whether they perceive their genitals to fit with general cultural norms (too big, too small), and their sexual experiences (eg. Child sexual abuse), and by medical conditions (such as genital surgery). Ex. Men who view porn may have negative genital self-image “Toronto Trim”: Reduction of the labia and clit hood Vaginal designers is wrong…should be “vulva designers” FEMALE SEXUAL ORGANS External organs: Clit, the mons pubis, the inner lips, the outer lips, and the vaginal opening. Known as the “vulva” or crotch collectively Vulva: The collective term for the external genitals of the female Clitoris: A highly sensitive sexual organ in the female; the glans is found in front of the vaginal entrance and the rest of the clitoris extends deeper into the body -Wishbone shape The female clit is homologous to the male’s penis: Both develop from the same embryonic tissue -They both have corpora cavernosa, they vary in size, and they are erectile because their internal structures contains corpora cavernosa that fill with blood -No direct function in reproduction like many sexual organs Mons Pubis: The fatty pad of tissue under the pubic hair Outer Lips: Rounded pads of fatty tissue lying on either side of the vaginal entrance Inner Lips: Thin folds of skin lying on either side of the vaginal entrance. They form a clitoral hood Bartholin Glands: Two tiny glands located on either side of the vaginal entrance Fourchette: The place where the inner lips come together behind the vaginal opening

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