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3.What is the relationship between an independent variable and a dependent variable? 4.What are the four types of research methods the text describes? 1. 2. 3. 4.
5.Why is it important to do social research even if the subject matter seems “obvious?”6.What are the stages of Social Research? 7.List and define the three different levels of measurement. 1. 2. 3. 8.What are the two functions of statistics?1. 2.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
The research proposal you will be doing in this class will be based on a research topic/question
you choose. However, youwill need to relate your topic (in some way) to one of the “articles”
from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Identify THREE articles that most draw your
attention or interest. We will discuss in class how, specifically, to relate these ideals/values to
specific research topicsso don’t worry about how you will do that yet, just pick three articles
that seem to interest you. Please write out the text of each article below (don’t just put the numbers).1. 2. 3.