List Three Positive Factors That Affect A Student's Academic Achievement?

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SOC465: Social Science Research
Midterm Examination
Essay One
Choose one (1) of the research questions below and conceptualize and operationalize the variables in that sentence. Make sure to be very clear and thorough. Anyone reading your response should know exactly what you "mean" and how you will measure the variables. Remember what it means to "conceptualize" and to "operationalize" variables.
• What is the relationship between socioeconomic status and education?
Research Design Description
Step 1
Idea/Interest: Identify your interest in marital satisfaction
Step 2
Conceptualize: Indicate what you mean by “satisfaction”
Step 3
Operationalize the concepts: Indicate the types of questions you will ask (or variables you will test)
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Parental involvement was extremely important according to the teachers surveyed. It was mentioned as an important component to academic success. Question two list three positive factors affecting a student’s academic achievement and question four List three predictors that indicate academic achievement respectively. It was mentioned as a barrier to educational success in question number three with a list of three negative factors that affect a student 's academic achievement. It becomes problematic if parents are unable or limited in their ability to be involved in their children’s daily educational experience because they are engaged in earning a living and meeting the basic needs of food, clothing, and housing for their …show more content…
Well, in fact, we learn them together and in some ways, they do maintain a relationship. Yet, on the other hand, when using them in a statistical or research manner, it is crucial to understand that while there might exist a relationship between the two, they are in fact different.
While in the case of reliability one might consider it to be another term for consistency. Einstein once concluded that insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. Liken to insanity, reliability is doing the same thing over and over again and getting the same result. In research, this is referred to as the test-retest method of assuring reliability. Here we understand that one way to ensure reliability it to test and retest different groups under similar or same conditions and expect the same

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