# Student 1 Exercise 2 – Quant Design: Designing a Survey Study Step

Student 1

Exercise 2 – Quant Design: Designing a Survey Study

Step 1: Defining the Study

Variable –

Quantitative Research Question –

Independent Variable –

Dependent Variable –

Conceptual Definitions –

Operational Definition –

Indicators –

Level of Measurement –

Hypothesis –

Direction of the Correlation –

Rationale –

Step 2: Methods

Participants –

Inclusion Criteria –

Exclusion Criteria –

Sampling Method –

Justification for Choice of Sampling Method –

Questionnaire or Index/Scale –

Self-Report or Other-Report –

Step 3: Critique

Two Threats to Validity –

Confounding Variable –

Overall Weakness of Design –

Strengths –

Instrumental Value –

Symbolic Value –

Appendix (10 question survey (or index or scale) to measure your variables)

References[supanova_question]

## Student 1 Exercise 2 – Quant Design: Designing a Survey Study Step

Student 1

Exercise 2 – Quant Design: Designing a Survey Study

Step 1: Defining the Study

Variable –

Quantitative Research Question –

Independent Variable –

Dependent Variable –

Conceptual Definitions –

Operational Definition –

Indicators –

Level of Measurement –

Hypothesis –

Direction of the Correlation –

Rationale –

Step 2: Methods

Participants –

Inclusion Criteria –

Exclusion Criteria –

Sampling Method –

Justification for Choice of Sampling Method –

Questionnaire or Index/Scale –

Self-Report or Other-Report –

Step 3: Critique

Two Threats to Validity –

Confounding Variable –

Overall Weakness of Design –

Strengths –

Instrumental Value –

Symbolic Value –

Appendix (10 question survey (or index or scale) to measure your variables)

References[supanova_question]

## Student 1 Exercise 2 – Quant Design: Designing a Survey Study Step

Student 1

Exercise 2 – Quant Design: Designing a Survey Study

Step 1: Defining the Study

Variable –

Quantitative Research Question –

Independent Variable –

Dependent Variable –

Conceptual Definitions –

Operational Definition –

Indicators –

Level of Measurement –

Hypothesis –

Direction of the Correlation –

Rationale –

Step 2: Methods

Participants –

Inclusion Criteria –

Exclusion Criteria –

Sampling Method –

Justification for Choice of Sampling Method –

Questionnaire or Index/Scale –

Self-Report or Other-Report –

Step 3: Critique

Two Threats to Validity –

Confounding Variable –

Overall Weakness of Design –

Strengths –

Instrumental Value –

Symbolic Value –

Appendix (10 question survey (or index or scale) to measure your variables)

References[supanova_question]

## Student 1 Exercise 2 – Quant Design: Designing a Survey Study Step

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Exercise 2 – Quant Design: Designing a Survey Study

Step 1: Defining the Study

Variable –

Quantitative Research Question –

Independent Variable –

Dependent Variable –

Conceptual Definitions –

Operational Definition –

Indicators –

Level of Measurement –

Hypothesis –

Direction of the Correlation –

Rationale –

Step 2: Methods

Participants –

Inclusion Criteria –

Exclusion Criteria –

Sampling Method –

Justification for Choice of Sampling Method –

Questionnaire or Index/Scale –

Self-Report or Other-Report –

Step 3: Critique

Two Threats to Validity –

Confounding Variable –

Overall Weakness of Design –

Strengths –

Instrumental Value –

Symbolic Value –

Appendix (10 question survey (or index or scale) to measure your variables)

References [supanova_question]

## Student 1 Exercise 2 – Quant Design: Designing a Survey Study Step

Student 1

Exercise 2 – Quant Design: Designing a Survey Study

Step 1: Defining the Study

Variable –

Quantitative Research Question –

Independent Variable –

Dependent Variable –

Conceptual Definitions –

Operational Definition –

Indicators –

Level of Measurement –

Hypothesis –

Direction of the Correlation –

Rationale –

Step 2: Methods

Participants –

Inclusion Criteria –

Exclusion Criteria –

Sampling Method –

Justification for Choice of Sampling Method –

Questionnaire or Index/Scale –

Self-Report or Other-Report –

Step 3: Critique

Two Threats to Validity –

Confounding Variable –

Overall Weakness of Design –

Strengths –

Instrumental Value –

Symbolic Value –

Appendix (10 question survey (or index or scale) to measure your variables)

References[supanova_question]

## Student 1 Exercise 2 – Quant Design: Designing a Survey Study Step

Student 1

Exercise 2 – Quant Design: Designing a Survey Study

Step 1: Defining the Study

Variable –

Quantitative Research Question –

Independent Variable –

Dependent Variable –

Conceptual Definitions –

Operational Definition –

Indicators –

Level of Measurement –

Hypothesis –

Direction of the Correlation –

Rationale –

Step 2: Methods

Participants –

Inclusion Criteria –

Exclusion Criteria –

Sampling Method –

Justification for Choice of Sampling Method –

Questionnaire or Index/Scale –

Self-Report or Other-Report –

Step 3: Critique

Two Threats to Validity –

Confounding Variable –

Overall Weakness of Design –

Strengths –

Instrumental Value –

Symbolic Value –

Appendix (10 question survey (or index or scale) to measure your variables)

References[supanova_question]