Secondary Analysis of Archival Data
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Mr. Anthony Huaqui conducted a secondary analysis of archival data in Sociology. Sociologists attempt to understand human social behaviors through the lens of social groups (The Sociology Writing Group, 2008). Edwards (2012) notes that sociologists may start inquiring about an individual’s behavior but then “go bigger”, questioning how small groups or larger organizations and social structures shape that behavior.
KeywordsRacial Discrimination Archival Data Home Ownership Racial Minority General Social Survey
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