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  • qualitative data - Definition of Qualitative Data (noun) noun) Information that is subjective, is related to meaning and experience, which is represented through symbols, pictures, and words, which is analyzed using various modes of exploration. Example of Qualitative Data Interview transcripts Types of Qualitative Data # Etymology of Qualitative Data # Pronunciation Pronunciation Usage Guide Syllabification: # Audio Pronunciation – American English – British English International Phonetic Alphabet American English – /#/ British English – /#/ Usage Notes Plural: qualitative datum Abbreviation: Symbol: Coined by The terms # and # are used interchangeably in a sociological context. Note: Written in the italicized form. From the Sociologically problematic, common usage, whatever. # scholars include #. A type of INSERT Qualitative data is contrasted to quantitative data. # is the opposite of #. # is often compared to #. # is opposed to #. Not to be confused with #. Type: # Types: # Variant spelling: # Variant spellings: # Also called #. Also called: # # used in a sentence:? A (noun) #ologist # (adjective) #ologic or (adjective) #ologistic or (adjective) #ological # to understand # (adverb) #ologically. Related Quotation # Related Video # Additional Information Word origin of “#” – Online Etymology Dictionary: ... Read more
  • agent of socialization - (noun) The significant individuals, groups, or institutions that influence our sense of self and the behaviors, norms, and values that help us function in society.
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  • Teaching and Learning Sociology Resources - Learning and teaching resources to help sociology teachers.
  • Biases, Fallacies, & Critical Thinking Information Resources - Resources to understand biases, fallacies, and to improve critical thinking skills.
  • manifest function - (noun) The anticipated and intended goals of an action or social structure; the reason something is done.
  • World-systems Theory Resources - Definitions, books, journals, and helpful links to help understand world-systems.
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