(noun) A collection of recorded observations gained from research from which inferences are drawn through analysis.
(noun) Analyzing data to draw conclusions.
(noun) A facility that collects, stores, and preserves data.
(noun) A set of related records.
(noun) A single unit of data.
(noun) A single unit in a sample.
(noun) A collection of data.
(noun) Where data comes from.
1. (noun) A female offspring; 2. (noun) An individual’s female child.
(noun) Theory asserting that stratification and inequality are necessary and beneficial to society to motivate individuals to train for and perform complex roles.
(noun) Asking participants for feedback about their experience engaging in a research project and informing them of an unrevealed purpose.
(noun) When an individual pledges to act as a servant in exchange for a loan or passage and then are not paid enough to earn back their freedom.
1. (noun) A form of logical reasoning that derives a conclusion from a set of premises and the conclusion cannot be false if the premises are true; 2. (noun) Moving from the general to the particular.
(noun) A disease caused by the absence (malnutrition) of an essential nutrient, typically a certain mineral or vitamin.
(noun) A ceremony that transforms or is intended to transform the identity or status of an individual into an identity or status lower down in the hierarchy of a group or institution.
(noun) A process of change whereby industrial activity in a country or region is reduced or removed.
(noun) The gradual dissolution of norms maintaining the need for marriage and marriage role expectations.
(noun) The process by which a behavior or condition, once labeled “sick”, becomes defined as natural or normal.
(noun) A political system in which people vote directly on policy issues or through elected officials that represent them.
(noun) A leadership style in which the leader encourages creative participation by members of the group to solve problems and builds their consensus prior to taking action.