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  • Data Collection and Analysis Survey Questions 1
  • After this lesson you should be able to..... Identify how bias, the use of language, cost, ethics, cultural  sensitivity and timing affect the collection of data. Look at survey questions and identify whether it is a good  question or whether it has problems. Create your own survey questions to ask the class.   2
  • What is the purpose of survey questions? They are used to collect opinions and  information from people. 3
  • Factors Affecting Data Collections 4
  • Do you like Dentine gum or the super fruity Trident  gum? 5
  • Bias Bias ­ Are you influencing the outcome through the  wording of your survey questions. If so, the results of your survey will not be a valid  representation of the population sample. 6
  • Do you eat foods with lots of monosaccharides? 7
  • Use of Language Make sure to present the questions in a way that  the people answering them will understand. 8
  • You are doing a survey and want to collect  data from 100 people all over Winnipeg. You decide to take a bus to each person's  house. Is it a good idea to take the bus, or is there  a better way to conduct the survey? 9
  • Cost Does the cost of a study outweigh the benefits?  When will it be beneficial to spend large amounts on  surveys and data collection? Who might spend large amounts of money on  surveys? 10
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  • Ethics Does the question refer to inappropriate behaviour? 12
  • A student creates a survey that personal health  questions. What issues might arise from questions that are  personal in nature? 13
  • Privacy Will the responses be kept confidential?  Can the person refuse to answer certain  questions? How will this affect your survey? 14
  • Do you like eating turkey or ham for  Christmas dinner? 15
  • Cultural Sensitivity Is it possible that you might offend people through  from cultural groups when asking the questions? 16
  • A group studying climate change asks  students if they think there is global  warming. They conduct the survey on the coldest day  of the year. 17
  • Survey timing Is the timing of the survey appropriate, does the  timing influence the results. 18
  • Which of the following might be an issue in this scenario? bias the use of language cost ethics cultural sensitivity timing  19
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  • Which of the following might be an issue in this scenario? bias the use of language cost ethics cultural sensitivity timing  21
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  • Which of the following might be an issue in this scenario? bias the use of language cost ethics cultural sensitivity timing  23
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  • Which of the following might be an issue in this scenario? bias the use of language cost ethics cultural sensitivity timing  25
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  • Which of the following might be an issue in this scenario? bias the use of language cost ethics cultural sensitivity timing  27
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  • Which of the following might be an issue in this scenario? bias the use of language cost ethics cultural sensitivity timing  29
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