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1. You are conducting research on sex differences in e-mails. Your hypothesis is that men use more declarative statements and women use more questions.

Answer each of the following questions.

• What might be the advantages of using the archival method?

• What might be the disadvantages of using the archival method?

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    I didn't know emails had sex characteristics. Oh, you mean the sender.

    Archival method as in searching through old emails?

    Well, whose files are you searching? Will that make a difference? That is going to take a long time, isn't it? Who is going to count something as a question. Often, in emails, people don't use punctuation, right.
    Do men have more to declare? and Women have to ask what they meant?

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    I definitely agree with bobpursley about defining your method of sampling e-mails.

    In the terminology of psychology, sex is biological, while gender implies both biology and cultural/environmental factors.

    I searched Google under the key words "archival method advantages" to get these possible sources:

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