10-minute video “Reel life: the mesmerizing saga of ‘56 Up’” (CBS News)
Watch the 10-minute video “Reel life: the mesmerizing saga of ‘56 Up’” (CBS News) and read the accompanying two-page transcript: http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-3445_162-
Then, answer the following questions 150 words each:
1. What were Michael Apted, the “Seven Up!” series participants, and the audience able to see and learn from this very long panel study that they couldn’t have done
from a shorter study? In other words, how is the length of this study valuable?
2. How does this documentary series illustrate the disadvantages of longitudinal panel studies, as discussed in Babbie (pp. 113-114)?
3. Why would or wouldn’t you consider ever being part of such a study or documentary series?
Demonstrate that you read/viewed the source material, and reflect upon all of this, through relevant. Responses consistently draw on specific information from source
material (e.g., videos, readings), using multiple specific, accurate, and relevant examples. Responses are well organized, with no run on paragraphs or stream of
consciousness writing. Responses use full sentences with proper grammar and almost no spelling or punctuation mistakes. The tone of responses reflects formal writing
(e.g., no abbreviations, informal text).
Required Text only:
Chapter 11 (pp. 340-353 only) and Chapter 4 ONLY in Earl Babbie, The Basics of Social Research, 6th ed. Wadsworth, 2014. ISBN 113359414X
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