At this point, you can begin the processes of conceptualization and operationalization. You will need to assume that your primary research method will be conducting a survey.
1. List at least 10 variables that will be measured in your research. No more than two of these should be sociodemographic indicators, such as race or age. The inclusion of each variable should be justified in terms of theory or prior research that suggests it would be an appropriate independent or dependent variable or will have some relation to either of these.
2.Write a conceptual definition for each variable. Whenever possible, this definition should come from existing literature, either a book you have read for a course or the existing research literature. You made need to do some research for this. You will be assigned to a group of 3 individuals, and you will need to give each other feedback on these definitions.
3.Develop measurement operations for each variable. Several measures should be single questions and indexes that were used in prior research. (Search the Web and the journal literature in criminal justice abstracts, sociological abstracts, and/or psychological abstracts. Make up a few questions and one index yourself. You will ask the other two individuals in your group to answer the questions and give you feedback on the questions.
4.Propose tests of reliability and validity for four of the measures.
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