Caribbean Studies notes Module 1 Caribbean society and culture



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No authors:

title.(date). City: publisher Organisation/institution as author:

Organization (date), title. City: publisher Editor/complier as author:

Name. (Ed.).(date) title. City: publisher

This contains material the researcher considers to be of utmost importance to the research

carried out. May include

» copy of the questionnaire used


  • transcripts of interviews conducted

  • data which would be cumbersome within the data presentation © statistical table/chunk and code method

  • additional pictures/ maps etc

Each item in appendix is to be labeled individually - APPENDIX A, B, C, etc

Action research: a small scale intervention /activity carried out in order to examine its

effects. It is usually concerned with solving a problemor understanding more about the

problem.


Appendix. Supplementary material at the end of a text

Case study. An examination of a specific entity- classroom, an event programme. The

researcher usually takes a qualitative approach(participant observation/interviews)

Data. Information collected systematically in research

Dependent variable. Change or difference in behaviour that occurs as a result of the

independent variable- the effect/outcome

Descriptive research. Describes and interprets what is; concerned with conditions or

relationships that exist



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rimpirical. Relating to the process of directly observing, recording/monitoring situation . *>eneralizability. The degree to which the results of a study apply to a larger population

eneralizstion. Proposition asserting something to be true to for all members of an indefinite .. part of that class

hypothesis. Tentative, reasonable, testable explanation, for the occurrence of certain

i^ehaviour/event

^dependent variable. Activity/characteristic believed to make a difference with respect to

^ome behavior/ the cause and treatment

x imitations. Aspect of study that the researcher knows may negatively affect the

. jsuh/generalizability of the results but over which he/she as no control.



prknary data. Information obtained from persons who witnessed an event. Testimony,

riginal document (written by someone who was at the scene), relic Random sampling. Process of selecting a sample in such a way that all individuals have a

air chance of being selected Research design. Selecting sample, measuring outcomes, analyzing data for purpose of

•nswering research question

Sample. Number of individuals selected from a population for a study survey. An attempt to I collect data from members of a population on order to determine the current status of the population with respect to a variable

/alidity. Degree to which a test measures what it is intended to measure Variable. The factor entity or group that a researcher wants information on, especially how

)ne set of variables interacts with other variables.

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