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Visit Below Link, To Download This Course:\n\nhttps://www.tutorialsservice.net/product/rsch-6210-week-1-discussion-latest-walden/\n\nOr \nEmail us on\nSUPPORT@TUTORIALSSERVICE.NET\n\nRSCH 6210 Week 1 Discussion Latest-Walden\nRSCH6210\nRSCH 6210 Week 1 DQ Latest-Walden\nThe Logic of Inference: The Science of Uncertainty\nDescribing and explaining social phenomena is a complex task. Box’s quote speaks to the point that it is a near impossible undertaking to fully explain such systems—physical or social—using a set of models. Yet even though these models contain some error, the models nevertheless assist with illuminating how the world works and advancing social change.\n

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RSCH 6210 WEEK 1 DISCUSSION LATEST-WALDEN

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RSCH 6210 Week 1 DQ Latest-Walden

The Logic of Inference: The Science of Uncertainty

Describing and explaining social phenomena is a complex task. Box’s quote speaks to the point that it is

a near impossible undertaking to fully explain such systems—physical or social—using a set of models.

Yet even though these models contain some error, the models nevertheless assist with illuminating how

the world works and advancing social change.

The competent quantitative researcher understands the balance between making statements related to

theoretical understanding of relationships and recognizing that our social systems are of such complexity

that we will always have some error. The key, for the rigorous researcher, is recognizing and mitigating

the error as much as possible.

As a graduate student and consumer of research, you must recognize the error that might be present

within your research and the research of others.

To prepare for this Discussion:

Use the Walden Library Course Guide and Assignment Help found in this week’s Learning Resources to

search for and select a quantitative article that interests you and that has social change implications.

As you read the article, reflect on George Box’s quote in the introduction for this Discussion.

for additional support review the skill builder

For additional support, review the Skill Builder: Independent and Dependent Variables, which you can find

by navigating back to your Blackboard Course Home Page. From there, locate the Skill Builder link in the

left navigation pane.

By Day 3

Post a very brief description (1–3 sentences) of the article you found and address the following:

Describe how you think the research in the article is useful (e.g., what population is it helping? What

problem is it solving?).

Using Y=f(X) +E notation, identify the independent and dependent variables.

How might the research models presented be wrong? What types of error might be present in the

reported research?

Be sure to support your Main Post and Response Post with reference to the week’s Learning Resources

and other scholarly evidence in APA Style.

By Day 5

Remembering that all research has some error, respond to at least one colleague’s post and comment on

how we as social change agents and critical consumers of research can balance the usefulness with the

error in the research. Do we throw the research out because of too much error, or is there something

useful that it can tell us?

Click on the Reply button below to reveal the textbox for entering your message. Then click on the Submit

button to post your message.

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