SOC200 Week 9 November 17th, 2016
46 MC and short answer
Central limit theory and sampling are on the second test.
Next week is test review in tutorial.
Both, but mainly qualitative
Ethnography is a term more widely us
Instructor: Rachel La Touch
Review: When in doubt
Probability samples are preferred because
More accurate estimates of the population
Equal opportunity for every unit to be chosen
Less sampling bias and error
SOC200 Week 8 November 10th, 2016
Test prep on 22nd and 23rd in tutorial instead.
Take 10% of Kylie baker.
List of themes not terms.
Check example of coding graph in excel file.
Structure (survey interviews) vs unstructured (qual
SOC200 Week 7 November 3rd, 2016
Matching vs Randomization
Pre and post tests
o Take a measure of something
o Do something to the group (introduce stimulus)
o Measure group again to see if there is a change
Were not doing this for O
SOC200 Week Ten Nov 24
Same as first test
What ethical question were in violation, dont need to know dates and stuff
Quantitative Research (e.g. survey, experimental design, etc)
Voluntary participation (
SOC200 Week Two September 22, 2016
Social Problems/Sociological Imagination
o What are research methods?
o Approaches to Research
A Note on Causality and Correlation
37-42% in Canada
Higher in the US, but not as high
SOC200 Week Three October 6th, 2016
Jay walking is not deviant but is criminal
Is that a crime?
Yes or no
A specific body has created to define what is appropriate behaviour
SOC200 Week Three September 29, 2016
Variable & causality
No confounding variable (no spuriousness)
Crime Rates: What Factors Help Predict Crime Rates?
SOC200 Oct 13th, 2016
Test: MC (46) worth .5 each, fill in the blanks (10), and short answer (4)
Sampling has everything to do with representativeness
Representativeness = generalizability
Variables (IV and DV) stats (samples) population