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Identify the level of measurement (nominal, ordinal, interval, or ratio) that describes each of the following variables.
1. Race (white, African American, Asian, and so on):
2. Order of finish in a race (first, second, third, and so on):
3. Number of children in families:
4. Social class (lower class, middle class, upper class):
5. Populations of nations:
6. Favorite movie:
7. Attitudes toward nuclear energy (strongly approve, approve, disapprove, strongly disapprove):
8. Number of times married (zero, one, two, and so on):
9. Region of birth (Southwest, Midwest, and so on):
10. Political orientation (very liberal, somewhat liberal, somewhat conservative, very conservative):
Your readings about conceptualization, operationalization, and measurement will be very important in order for you to complete the above:
Chapter 5 in Earl Babbie, The Basics of Social Research, 6th ed. Wadsworth, 2014. ISBN 113359414X
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