Fast Food Survey (Chapter 10)

If you need an additional survey for Chapter 10 for a student assignment, group task, or testing, here is a survey about fast food consumption and exercise.

Fast Food Survey

Suggested Activities:

  1. For each question identify if the scale is comparative or noncomparative. Identify the type of scale, such as rank-order, itemized rating, etc.
  2. Evaluate each scale. Is the scale worded well? Why or why not?
  3. Evaluate the quality of data that each scaled question would produce. Would a different type of scale produce better data? Why or why not?
  4. For each scale you identified, discuss the considerations identified in Figure 10.22.
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Social Media Survey (Chapter 10)

If you need an additional survey for Chapter 10 for a student assignment, group task, or testing, here is a survey about social media usage.

Social Media Survey

Suggested Activities:

  1. For each question identify if the scale is comparative or noncomparative. Identify the type of scale, such as rank-order, itemized rating, etc.
  2. Evaluate each scale. Is the scale worded well? Why or why not?
  3. Evaluate the quality of data that each scaled question would produce. Would a different type of scale produce better data? Why or why not?
  4. For each scale you identified, discuss the considerations identified in Figure 10.22.
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SPSS Data – Social Media – Exercise 2 (Chapter 9)

If you need an additional data set for Chapter 9 for the Dealing with Data section, for a student assignment, group task, or testing, here is a SPSS data set. It is about social media usage. The survey is also provided.

Social Media SPSS Data
Social Media Survey

Suggested Activities: Use SPSS to test for differences in mean responses then graph each item that is significantly different at a 95% confidence interval.

  1. Run an independent t-test for all of the items in Question 7 by the respondent’s gender.
  2. Run an independent t-test for all of the items in Question 10 by the respondent’s gender.
  3. Run an ANOVA test for all of the items in Question 7 by the respondent’s age.
  4. Run an ANOVA test for all of the items in Question 10 by the respondent’s age.
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SPSS Data – Fast Food – Exercise 2 (Chapter 9)

If you need an additional data set for Chapter 9 for the Dealing with Data section, for a student assignment, group task, or testing, here is a SPSS data set. It is about purchasing jeans. The survey is also provided.

Fast Food SPSS Data
Fast Food Survey

Suggested Activities: Use SPSS to test for differences in mean responses then graph each item that is significantly different at a 95% confidence interval.

  1. Run an independent t-test for Questions 19 to 23 by the respondent’s gender.
  2. Run an independent t-test for Questions 26 to 30 by the respondent’s gender.
  3. Run an ANOVA test for Questions 19 to 23 by the respondent’s family income.
  4. Run an ANOVA test for Questions 26 to 30 by the respondent’s family income.
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SPSS Data Set – Body Image – Exercise 1 (Chapter 9)

If you need an additional data set for Chapter 9 for the Dealing with Data section, for a student assignment, group task, or testing, here is a SPSS data set. It is about an individual’s personal image. The survey is also provided.

Body Image SPSS Data
Body Image Survey

Suggested Activities: Obtain descriptive measures then create the appropriate graphs. Make sure each graph is labeled correctly.

  1. Obtain frequency counts of each of the magazines listed in Question 8. Create one graph of the percentage of individuals for each magazine that chose the “most liked” response.
  2. Obtain frequency counts of each of the magazines listed in Question 8. Create one graph of the percentage of individuals for each magazine that chose “most liked” and “second most liked” responses. You will need to use the cumulative percentages for these two categories.
  3. Obtain a frequency count of Question 24. Recode the questions into 4 categories. Use your judgment on the best categories. Graph the recoded question results.
  4. Obtain means for the items in Question 9 to 13. Create one graph of the results.
  5. Obtain means for the items in Question 14 to 17. Create one graph of the results.
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SPSS Data Set – Social Media – Exercise 1 (Chapter 9)

If you need an additional data set for Chapter 9 for the Dealing with Data section, for a student assignment, group task, or testing, here is a SPSS data set. It is about social media. The survey is also provided.

Social Media SPSS Data
Social Media Survey

Suggested Activities: Obtain descriptive measures then create the appropriate graphs. Make sure each graph is labeled correctly.

  1. Obtain frequency counts of Questions 3, 5, 6, and 8. Graph the percentages for each option (each question will be a separate graph)
  2. Obtain a frequency count of Question 4. Recode the questions into 4 categories. Use your judgment on the best categories. Graph the recoded question results.
  3. Obtain means for the items in Question 7. Create one graph of the results.
  4. Obtain means for the items in Question 10. Create one graph of the results.
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SPSS Data Set – Fast Food – Exercise 1 (Chapter 9)

If you need an additional data set for Chapter 9 for the Dealing with Data section, for a student assignment, group task, or testing, here is a SPSS data set. It is about eating fast food and exercise. The survey is also provided.

Fast Food SPSS Data
Fast Food Survey

Suggested Activities: Obtain descriptive measures then create the appropriate graphs. Make sure each graph is labeled correctly.

  1. Obtain frequency counts of Questions 11, 12 and 13. Graph the results (each question will be a separate graph)
  2. Obtain frequency counts of Questions 31 to 36. Graph the percentage of individuals that checked each option in one graph.
  3. Obtain frequency counts of Questions 14 and 15. Recode each questions into 4 categories. Use your judgment on the best categories. Graph the recoded question results for each question.
  4. Obtain means for Questions 16 to 18. Create one graph of the results.
  5. Obtain means for Questions 19 to 23. Create one graph of the results.
  6. Obtain means for Questions 26 to 39. Create one graph of the results.
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