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### Conceptualization, operationalization and measurement

1. 1. Conceptualization, Operationalization and Measurement The Use Of Statistics In Outcomes Assessment Prepared by: Katherine E. Bautista BSE III - Math
2. 2. Conceptualizati onIt is a process of communicating concepts about external realities.
3. 3. Concepts as ConstructorsThree classes of phenomena which can be statistically measured: Direct observables Indirect observables Mind-constructs LOVE COMPASSION
4. 4. And DimensionDimension is a specific aspect of a concept combined into groups or sub-groups Indicator is a sign of the presence of a concept (variable) under study Visiting a home for the aged Allocating donation for charities Giving help to street children Human Compassion
5. 5. Creating Conceptual Order Categorization A process of ordering or ranking of data. Specification A process of making concepts clear
6. 6. Conceptualization Nominal Definition Real Definition Operational Definition Conceptualization -specifying what we mean Nominal Definition -assigning to a term(not the real entity) Real Definition -specifying how a concept is measured Operational Definition -clarified status of a real thing
7. 7. Operational izationIt is a process of selecting observable phenomena to represent abstract concepts.
8. 8. Attributes may represent any of the four levels of measurement Variables and AttributesAttribute Quality or characteristics of something Variable Logical set of attributes -any property that varies -several possible values -only two possible values
9. 9. Nominal Measure Ordinal Measure Interval Measure Ratio Measure
10. 10. Nominal Measure describing a variable that has attributes which are different
11. 11. Ordinal Measure describing a variable with attributes that can be in a rank-order along some dimension
12. 12. Interval Measure describing a variable whose attributes are rank-ordered and have equal distances between adjacent attributes
13. 13. Ratio Measure describing a variable with attributes that have all the qualities of nominal, ordinal and interval and based on a ”true zero” point
14. 14. Nominal Measure describing a variable that has attributes which are different Ordinal Measure describing a variable with attributes that can be in a rank-order along some dimension Interval Measure describing a variable whose attributes are rank-ordered and have equal distances between adjacent attributes Ratio Measure describing a variable with attributes that have all the qualities of nominal, ordinal and interval and based on a ”true zero” point LEVELS OF MEASU
15. 15. Prepared by: Katherine E. Bautista BSE III - Math
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