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Key Concepts in Social Research
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Action Research Association and Causation Attitude Scales Auto/Biography and Life Histories Bias Case Study Coding Qualitative Data Community Profiles Community Studies Content Analysis Contingency Tables Documentary Methods Ethical Practice Ethnography Ethnomethodology and Conversational Analysis Evaluation Studies Experiments Feminist Research Fieldwork Grounded Theory Group Discussions/Focus Groups Hawthorne Effect Hypothesis Indicators and Operationalisations Internet and Other Searches Internet Polling Interviewing Key Informants Levels of Measurement Longitudinal and Cross-Sectional Studies Methods and Methodologies Objectivity Observation Official Statistics Participant Observation Positivism and Realism Qualitative Methods Quantitative Methods Questionnaires Reflexivity Reliability Sampling Estimates and Size Sampling Questions of Size Sampling Types Secondary Analysis Social Surveys Telephone and Computer-Assisted Polling Unobstrusive Methods and Triangulation Validity Visual Methods

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Teaching Interests: Social Research Methods; Social Inequalities, Divisions and Mobilities Research Interests - current: Social Research Methods; Social Mobility; Social Processes in (small rural) Communities; 'Family History' Research Interests - recent: Class Identities; Literacy; Gender; Ethnicity; Poverty. Mrs. Judy Payne is Family and Consumer Sciences Teacher Educator in the department of Adolescent, Career, and Special Education. She is also the Career and Technical Education program coordinator. Mrs. Payne earned her B.S. in Home Economics Education (1962) and M.S. in Home Economics Education (1967) from Southern Illinois University - Carbondale. She has taken additional graduate courses at Southern Illinois University - Carbondale and through Oregon State University. Before coming to the College of Education (2000), Mrs. Payne was a faculty member in the department of Home Economics, later renamed the department of Family & Consumer Studies. Her other teaching experiences include 3 years of middle school in Maryland, 2 years of secondary school in Illinois, and 3 years of middle/secondary school teaching in Oregon.

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