Guide
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the preparatory stage of sociological research specify its subject, and the result is that you are going to get.Determine the purpose and objectives of the study.A detailed description of the object that is to be studied.Make a selection, that is, mark the circle of people who will participate in the study.
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Pick the methods that will be the basis of your research facility.The most popular ways of studying social phenomena is interviewing, questionnaires, various opinion polls, as well as participant observation.The best option would be to use several complementary methods.
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summarized his plans and make a detailed research program, painted on concrete action steps.Enter the program time and place
of the activities of the program you made.
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Gather preliminary information relating to the consideration you have social problems.At this stage, you should formulate a working hypothesis, which is required to confirm or, conversely, to refute.
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Depending on the selected method of study, prepare the necessary tools.So, for the survey you'll need a certain number of forms or questionnaires.Such materials should be prepared with a small margin in case you have to complete the selection.
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Proceed to the immediate holding of the planned sociological research.Conduct a survey carried out a field observation or other use of the selected methods.Try each occurrence selected procedure adhere to the findings were significant and had no distortion.
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After gathering information directly proceed to its processing.To do this, use accepted sociological methods of statistical data processing.To fully comply with the results of the study among the information received for processing, it must be accurate and complete.Sift the results that were obtained in violation of the methodology;if necessary, supplement the selection.
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Based on these data the primary analysis.Reflect the results of research in the form of charts, diagrams and graphs, you visualize considered a social phenomenon.According to the results of the primary analysis, prepare final conclusions, confirm or refute a working hypothesis.Arrange the results of a scientific publication, or make a written report on the research work.