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what was the title of the investigation?
to investigate the housing quality in swanage
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what was the hypothesis?
north swanage has a higher density of housing and environmental quality than south swanage
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why was this area chosen
its close to my school and has the physical features
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what is the theory?
coastal settlements are often deprived as they are not accesible
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what 3 ways was the data collected?
environmenal quality assessment, house density measurement and number of public facilities
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how was the environmental quality assessment done?
1. use the same person to pace a distance and assessed air quality and litter
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how was the housing density measured?
we used one person to pace 70 paces and record number of houses and types of houses
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how was the number of public facilities measured?
we used 70 paces and recorded the number of facilties eg street lights and off road parking
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why was the data collected in the way that it was?
we used the same person to make it fair and repeated it 5 times to make an average
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what is the conclusion
from the primary data i concluded that south swanage had a higher environmental quality than north swanage. secondary data stated that north swanage was better
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what is the evaluation?
that there were many difficulties in data collection
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where were the problems
we couldnt tell how many flats were in a building, the eqa was subjective to us
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how could we improve the data
ask local what they thought about what they thought on the area. spend more time in each area
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