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S110 Project Report
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able to define. Everything that weve discussed since the first exam is fair gamethis includes material
that was covered in class
Exam 1 Review Sheet
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INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
What is Sociology
Benefits of using the Sociological Imagination
Know and apply the two different theoretical perspectives
o Functionalist
o Conflict
Reading: Mills: The Sociological Im
Practice Math Problem
Exam 1
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Dr. Hess is interested in tracking the exam performance of IU students. She collects data from 10
randomly chosen students in a randomly chosen class, shown below:
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Exam Format
Part I: Multiple choice (30 questions, 2 points each)
6 questions from the lecture
5 questions from Powell
4 questions from Huff
2 questions from Correll
2 questions from Grollman
Part II: Short answers (1 question, 8 s
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Graphs, and
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Social capital in the workplace
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Descriptive statistics: central tendency
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How do we know what we are
measuring (part 2)?
S110: Charts, Graphs and
Tables January 24, 2013
Today in Class
Answering questions
Measurement: basics and rules of thumb
Evaluating survey questions
Types of measurement
Answering questions
So far, we
How do we know what we are
measuring?
S110: Charts, Graphs and
Tables January 22, 2013
In Class Today
Operational Definitions
Reliability & Validity
Asking Questions
Writing Survey Questions
So far, weve discussed
How to ask questions
How to choose
Where does our information
come from (part 2)?
S110: Charts, Graphs, and
Tables
Research Methods, Part 2
Today in class
Experiments
Administrative records
Focus groups
Application to Putnam
From last time: Does soda
causesoda drinkers
aggression?
Heavy
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Where does our information
come from?
S110: Charts, Graphs, and
Tables
Research Methods, Part 1
This week in class
Research methods
Asking questions
Surveys
Experiments
Administrative records
Focus groups
Application to Putnam
Begin with your ending
Alway
Review Session
S110: Charts, Graphs, and
Tables
February 19th, 2013
In Class Today
Common issues/questions/suggestions on HW:
Skewness/kurtosis
Outliers
Calculating the SD
Take questions about the material
Outliers
Outliers are extreme values
They can hav
Asking Questions in sociology
S110: Charts, Graphs, and
Tables
January 10th, 2013 enlightens, but the question.
It is not the answer that
Eugene Ionesco
If you want a wise answer, ask a reasonable question.
Johann von Goethe
Today in class
The sociolog
S110:
Charts, Graphs, & Tables
January 8, 2013
Professor: Stephen Benard
[email protected]
Welcome to S110!
In Class today
Overview of the course
Exercise in thinking about information
Overview of the syllabus
Course overview
In our lives, we are
floode
Describing Data,
pt. 5
S110: Charts, Graphs, and
Tables
February 12th, 2013
Only on the internet: quartiles illustrated with a jackolantern
Source: http:/labs.bio.unc.edu/Hurlbert/jackoboxplot.JPG
Today in Class
Reminder about paper
Exam next week/re
S110 Exam 2 Study Guide
Exam Format
Part I: Multiple choice (10 questions, 3 points each)
Part II: Short answers (4 questions, variously weighted)
Question 1: 3 parts
Question 2: 6 parts
Question 3: 4 parts
Question 4: 6 parts
Total
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