Statistics Survey

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PROJECT SUMMARY

For your final project you will pick a topic for experimentation. You will create a survey and use the survey to collect your first set of data. This survey should be without bias and the data collected should be as “true” or “good” as possible. Then you will collect your second set of data, this time trying to create bias on purpose. This might mean that you change the wording of your question, require participants to answer face-to-face (when perhaps your original survey allowed them to answer anonymously), change your appearance when you ask the question, etc. The idea is to examine how your data changes based on bias.

Your project should answer one of the following questions:

Does the way a question is worded create response bias?

Do the characteristics of the interviewer create response bias?

Does anonymity change responses to sensitive/personal questions?

You will write a report and create a poster/presentation/visual summary of your findings.


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Chucks574
School: University of Virginia

Thank you so much

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Participating in School sports results in less time for studying
This experiment is meant to determine whether being involved in school sports results in
a student’s not being able to able to study. This is with regard to the notion that, focusing more
on sports results in one not finding enough time to study or them to be able to perform well in
class.
The population to be included in this research will be students who have participated in
sporting activities. This is meant to determine whether they find it difficult to spare time to study
while still participating in this sporting activities. Additionally, the research is meant to ascertain
whether participating in this sporting is resulting in them performing poorly in class.
This topic is of the essence since most students who might be talented at a given sport
tend not to participate in this sports simply because of the already made up assumption that their
class performance may decline. This implies that there is need to determine whether those
participating in sportin...

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Thanks, good work

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