Investingating peoples perceptions 21.01

Mind map homework

  • Created by: kd309959
  • Created on: 21-01-19 13:20
View mindmap
  • Collecting Data
    • Subjective Data
      • This is reliant on personal opinions.
    • Objective Data
      • This is data that is based on the facts.
    • Different types of data
      • Primary
        • Data you use and have  collected yourself
      • Secondary
        • Data you use that someone else has collected
    • Statistical evidence options (Quantitative)
      • House prices
        • You can research average house prices for an area via  www.zoopla.co.uk
      • Crime data
        • You can use websites such as, www.police.uk to obtain police data on a map for your area.
      • Census data
        • This can give you everything from population data to deprivation indicators.
      • Environmental Quality Surveys (EQS)
        • Sometimes it is possible to identify factors about the environment that might contribute to peoples enjoyment or lack of satisfaction with an area.
    • Descriptive evidence options (Qualitative)
      • TV shows / films
      • Literature
        • Poems
        • Books
        • Plays
      • Paintings / photographs / postcards
      • Social Media
        • Twitter
      • News Coverage (eg. TV, radio, newspapers).
      • Music

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar Geography resources:

See all Geography resources »See all Rural and urban challenges and regeneration resources »