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Selecting the sample and developing the ethogram

Activity: Talk or presentation typesInvited talk

20/11/2020

Selecting the sample:
- What are the sample selection biases?
- How do you avoid sampling on the dependent variable?
- How do you select samples for international comparisons?
- How do you figure out what is missing?
- What kinds of recordings are useful?
- What kinds of recordings do you exclude?
- How do you construct training samples?
- How can you use a power analysis to establish your sample size?
Developing the ethogram:
- What do you look for when watching closely?
- What kinds of behavior do you include?
- How interpretive do you code?
- How do you consider the context?
- How do you reduce complexity?
- What kinds of behavior to you designate to individuals?
- What kinds of behavior to you designate to collectives?
- How important is the duration?
- When do you need time-stamped versus global coding?
- When are you done with your observations?

Event (Workshop)

TitleSystematic Video Observation and Analysis of Human Conflict
Date30/10/2011/12/20
Website
LocationNetherlands Institute for the study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR)
CityAmsterdam
CountryNetherlands
Degree of recognitionInternational event