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Published data/ statistics

A) Public agency records

B) Non public agency record

C) New data

A

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Many different uses

A) Public agency records

B) New data

A

3

Readily available

A) Published statistics

B) New data

A

4

Often in aggregate form

A) Published statistics

B) New data

A

5

Aggregated data, so we can not make assumptions about individuals

A) Published statistics

B) New data

A

6

Still have to consider reliability and validity

A) Published statistics

B) New data

A

7

Less expensive

A) Published statistics

B) New data

B

8

More control than previous methods

A) Published statistics

B) New data

B

9

Cooperation required

A) Published statistics

B) New data

B

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Limited control

A) Published statistics

B) New data

B

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Remember not everyone is into your research and may not want to work extra just for your sake

A) Published statistics

B) New data

B

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Visible, surface content

A) Manifest

B) Latent

A

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More objective

A) Manifest

B) Latent

A

14

Very reliable

A) Manifest

B) Latent

A

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Ex: A Count of something

A) Manifest

B) Latent

A

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Underlying meaning

A) Manifest

B) Latent

B

17

More subjective

A) Manifest

B) Latent

B

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Interpretation of text or a photo

A) Manifest

B) Latent

B

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Looking again at something previously coded

A) Test-retest

B) Interrater reliability

A

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Coefficients can tell us how much agreement there was

A) Test-retest

B) Interrater reliability

B

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use of social science research procedures to help officials evaluate alternative actions, choose among them, and formulate routine practices for implementing policy

A) problem analysis

B) process evaluation

A

22

uses social science research procedures to systematically assess the implementation and effectiveness of social intervention programs

A) problem analysis

B) process evaluation

B

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Implementation

A) Output

B) Impact

A

24

Evaluation

A) Output

B) Impact

B

25

Actually produced

A) Output

B) Impact

A

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What a policy is trying to achieve

A) Output

B) Impact

B

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Shows us that two variables are indeed related or associated; not just due to chance

A) Statistical significance

B) Chi Square

A

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Based on null hypothesis; compares what you have with what you expect

A) Statistical significance

B) Chi Square

B

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T/F: Higher chi squares are better

A) True

B) False

A

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Less than 1% you can _______ the null hypothesis

A) Reject

B) Accept

A