Sampling

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Random sampling- this is where every member of the sampling frame has an equal chance of being selected (e.g. names drawn out of a hat). This eliminate bias in sample selection. 

Systematic or quasi-random sampling- some sociologists introduce an element of structure into sampling by selecting every nth person in the sampling frame (e.g. every 10 th person on the list.

Stratified sampling- the

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