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What are norms?
An informal rule that guides our behaviour in a particular situation
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What are roles?
Patterns of behaviour expected of people in different situations
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What are values
The beliefs held by a person or a social group that help to build a set of norms.
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What is culture?
The whole way of life of a group of people passed from one generation to the nexed
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What is absolute poverty?
When someone can't afford the basic things they need to survive.
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What is relative poverty?
When people can't afford the luxury things that others in society can.
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What are the sampling techniques?
Random sample, Stratified sample, Systematic sample,Quota sample, Snowball sample, Opportunistic sample.
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What is systematic sampling?
Choosing, say, every 10th or 15th person in a list.
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What are the ethical issues?
Anonymity( not mentioning names in report), Confidentiality( keeping personal details private), Informed consent( respondents know what you're doing and agree).
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