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Research and Inquiry in SOSC

Spring 2020

Description

An introduction to the language and methodology of social research. Particular attention given to: the nature of scientific method; sampling theory; a review of survey, field, experimental, and evaluation methods; the nature and character of scientific evidence; and an introduction to data analysis. The course is designed to help the student become an informed consumer and critic of the methods used by social science professions to collect and interpret information about human activity.
Prerequisite: SOSC 201 or equivalent.

Class Notes

Class Details

Instructor
Instructor Name (static text): 
Werner, Heather L
Location

WWW ONLINE

Class Registration Information

Class #
1845
Course
SOSC 333 -
SECT 01
Units
4
Fees
Price TBA:
  • $ / unit
Capacity
17/35
Class Meeting Dates

01/21/2020 - 05/15/2020

Days

TBA

Times

SOSC 333 - SECT 01

Research and Inquiry in SOSC

Class: 1845 Units: 4

M-F 01/21/2020 - 05/15/2020 TBA

An introduction to the language and methodology of social research. Particular attention given to: the nature of scientific method; sampling theory; a review of survey, field, experimental, and evaluation methods; the nature and character of scientific evidence; and an introduction to data analysis. The course is designed to help the student become an informed consumer and critic of the methods used by social science professions to collect and interpret information about human activity.
Prerequisite: SOSC 201 or equivalent.

Class Notes

An introduction to the language and methodology of social research. Particular attention given to: the nature of scientific method; sampling theory; a review of survey, field, experimental, and evaluation methods; the nature and character of scientific evidence; and an introduction to data analysis. The course is designed to help the student become an informed consumer and critic of the methods used by social science professions to collect and interpret information about human activity.

Instructor
Instructor Name (static text): 
Werner, Heather L
Location
WWW ONLINE