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Research Methods: Sampling Methods & Ethics

Quiz by Amie Harris

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  • Q1
    What is Gender Bias?
    When a sample has mainly males or females and does not represent all genders
    only collecting good looking male or female participants
    the researcher is sexist
  • Q2
    If research is Androcentric, what does this mean?
    the sample is predominantly made up of females
    the sample is limited
    the sample is predominantly made up of males
    the sample does not have diverse cultures within it
  • Q3
    What is an accurate definition of population validity?
    ensuring that most of the participants were telling the truth
    being able to generalise results from the researchers sample to the target population
  • Q4
    What is opportunity sampling?
    anyone who volunteers for the research
    anyone who is available at the time of the research
  • Q5
    Identify the INCORRECT strength of an opportunity sampling method:
    quick and cheap to carry out, so easy to replicate
    can guarantee a large sample size
    it is the only sampling method for some research methods e.g. observations where consent is not gained
    good if you are looking for a sample with similar characteristics

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