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What is the definition of operationalism?
Giving a precise definition of the behaviour being observed measured (dv) this allows for reptiiton and raises reliability eg oaggression could be operationalised on scale of 1 - 10. Therse must always be operationalised to allow for reptition
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What is a co-variable?
This two variables that change/vary with each other i.e as one increases so does the other in correlation. These must always be operationalised to allow for repition
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What is the definition of qualititative data?
descriptive and non-numerical data in the form of words. Usually in case studies and observations/ natural experiments
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What is an advantage of Qualitative data?
give detail and depth are emotions and feelings, wehre patterns can be identified for qualitative
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What is a disadvantage of qualitative data?
tends to be very difficult to analyse and any analyssis completed is subjective as it is affected by the researchers's viewpoint
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