Chapter 8 RDE


3. characteristics of populations, not samples

4. making sure you get desired number of certain types of people

7. everyone to whom you want to generalize your results

9. choosing to include people in your sample simply because they 
are easy to survey Down 1. problem caused by people who were in your sample refusing to
participate in your study 2. characteristics of an individual group 5. questions that do not provide fixed-response alternatives 6. a survey that respondents read 8. survey in which researcher orally asks questions

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