Fundamentals of Social Research
Adam J. McKee, Ph.D.
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Earlier, we discussed the idea that science is based on observation, and that those observations must be systematic. This means that observations must be carefully planned to be meaningful in the scientific context. In this section, we will consider many different methods of systematically gathering data for analysis.
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