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  • Intro 0:00
  • Objectives 0:09
  • Census vs. Survey, Parameter vs. Statistics 0:28
    • Census vs. Survey, Parameter vs. Statistics
  • Characteristics of a Well-Designed and Well-Conducted Survey 2:15
    • Representative Sample
    • Random Sample
    • Does Not Introduce Bias
  • Bias 4:16
    • What Is It?
    • How Might It Occur?
  • Example I: Identify the Type of Bias 7:03
  • Random Sampling 10:25
    • Simple Random Sample (SRS)
  • Example II: Random Sampling 13:26
  • Random Sampling, Cont. 16:44
    • Stratified Random Sampling
    • Cluster Sample
    • Systematic Random Sample
  • Example III: Random Sampling 20:52
  • Non-Random Sampling 22:28
    • Convenience Sample
    • Voluntary Response Sample
  • Example IV: Sampling Design 25:01
    • Specify The Population
    • Describe The Sampling Design. Will You Use a Stratified Sample?