SOCIAL STUDIES MIDDLE SCHOOL

A company hires trained researchers to go live in a growing community with an emerging economy. The researcher team's purpose is to study the community members in order to gain insights about how they live and what they desire. This is an example of ________. observational research ethnographic research experimental research marketing research

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Answer: The correct answer is: "A company hires trained researchers to go live in a growing community with an emerging economy. The researcher team's purpose is to study the community members in order to gain insights about how they live and what they desire. This is an example of ethnographic research.

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Ethnographic research refers to the study of people's behavior participating in and/or observing their real context. It is essential that researchers live together with participants, in order to identify important details about their daily life activities. The goal of ethnographic research is to understand why people behave in certain way, analyzing their costumes, culture and real-life environment during a period of time.

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research ethnographic


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Many proposers in the ultimatum game offer half to the responder with whom they are paired. this behavior could be motivated by (select as many as might apply):

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The behaviour described above could be motivated by the so-called altruistic punishment.

The ultimatum game is a two-player game, in which the first player plays the role of the offeror while the second is the respondent. The first one is endowed with a certain amount of money (for example, 100 $) and has to make an offer about how to split it between the two of them. If the respondent accepts the offer, each player would receive the amount of money that had been proposed by the offeror. If the respondent does not accept, both will earn 0.

A respondent will accept any offer that maximizes his utility. If utility meant exactly the same as money earnings, the respondent would accept any offer in which he receives at least 1 $, as he would be left better off than before (when he had 0$). But this is not true, as in many cases the respondent would choose to punish the other player by refusing his offer so that both earn 0$, if he considers the other has done an unfair distribution. This behaviour is known as the altruistic punishment, as although the offeror is punished, he learns a lesson from it.

If the offeror had expected that possibility he would go for more egalitarian distributions, so that he makes sure the respondent does not punish him and both manage to earn some money. This is why in the end many proposers offer half of the money in the game.

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What are fossil fuels? why should we use them wisely?  

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Fossil fuels are non-renewable resources. They take millions of years to create, and we only have a limited supply on planet Earth.
Fossils fuels are non renewable hence we must care for them so they do not deplete!
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Which of the following is not considered a behavior? A.
heart rate
B.
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C.
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D.
crying

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I believe the correct answer from the choices listed above is option A. It would the heart rate is not considered a behavior. Behavior is the range of actions and mannerisms made by individuals, organisms, systems, or artificial entities in conjunction. Hope this answers the question.
The most likely answer is A. heart rate!
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Because it was mean to be used in the way they did.

One of the most admirable deeds of the ancient Egyptians was their writing. The first Egyptian writing was a system of figures called hieroglyphics. By 3100 BC the Egyptians were already using this type of writing. They carved or painted the symbols on the walls of tombs and temples. Later they developed other simpler forms of writing. The Egyptians used these forms to write on papyrus, a material similar to paper.

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