Social Research Methods

Sampling.
Use ONE page of your community’s telephone book to complete the following:
Build a sample using SRS (N=10).
Build a sample using Stratified SRS, stratified by gender (N=20).
Build a sample using systematic sampling (N=20).
What do you believe are the advantages and disadvantages of each method?

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