longitudinal study might be useful for researching the changing attitudes of young people

by doing a longitudinal study it would give you a avery accurate result, and depending on how many young people you give the survey to you could see if they are similar in any way or not similar at all. The results may vary depending on every single childs upbringing, for example if a child had a very troubled upbringing it most probably would be different to someone who had a postive upbringing . But overall the survey could be highly useful for a researcher who is studying about young peoples attitudes as they grow up. The researcher would have to do this survey over a long period of time to get the best results possible as it is an observational survey to look over the trends over a certain amount of…


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