Culture Profile: eHRAF World Cultures Tutorial

Culture Profile: eHRAF World Cultures Tutorial

Welcome to the video tutorial section for eHRAF World cultures I’m Alissa Jordan and I’ll be your guide in this video You will learn how to navigate through the culture profile in eHRAF world Cultures first We’ll start at the main page where we find browse cultures click on browse cultures. Let’s say I’m interested […]

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Conducting a Systematic Literature Review

Conducting a Systematic Literature Review

Conducting research can be daunting. There are a few distinctions that can help make it easier. First and foremost, research can be either primary or secondary. Primary research generally involves gathering data directly from research subjects and requires ethical approval. Secondary research involves gathering data that already exists. Because secondary research does not include talking […]

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In-group/out-group bias – Intro to Psychology

In-group/out-group bias – Intro to Psychology

Now this example of showing positive feelings toward people in our own group and negative feelings towards people in other groups. We see is termed In-group/Out-group bias. This tendency for all the Sharks fans to see members of the out-group, for example, the Red Wings fans is known as out-group homogeneity. Out-group homogeneity is the […]

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Sociology Research Methods: Crash Course Sociology #4

Sociology Research Methods: Crash Course Sociology #4

Do you think you’re middle class? If you’re American, there’s a pretty good chance that you do. In a survey conducted by the Pew Research Center in 2015, 87% of those surveyed identified themselves as middle class. That’s a pretty big middle. But your intuition about what the middle class is – like who it […]

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