Week 8: Data collection

A quick review of this week… We first discussed the difficulties raised in the planned research design. We then considered questions we could ask, the answers to which would allow us to determine if a young player had moved into the conventional stage of moral development (or not). I have made a list of the questions (or scenarios) on the data collection page, and also revised the design (see below).

Research design 2

The next two things to consider are:

  1. Are the questions worded such that a young player (as young as 10-years-old) could understand and answer them honestly? (we can ‘test’ them on young people if you know any); 
  2. How are we going to recruit participants for the study, and what ethical considerations would we have to make in this process?

2 thoughts on “Week 8: Data collection

  1. LereeCarjig

    One can find absolutely lots of details like that to take into consideration. That is a great point to bring up. I offer you the thoughts above as general inspiration but clearly one can find questions like the one you bring up exactly where essentially the most necessary factor is going to be working in honest wonderful faith. I don?t know if greatest practices have emerged about issues like that, but I am sure that your job is clearly identified as a fair game. Both boys and girls really feel the impact of just a moment’s pleasure, for the rest of their lives.

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