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Please see attachment Probability and nonprobability are the two general categories of sampling. Probability sampling uses random selection,

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Probability and nonprobability are the two general categories of sampling. Probability
sampling uses random selection, whereas nonprobability sampling does not. For
example, if you wanted to study the effects of divorce on the psychological development
of adolescents, you could gather a population of a certain number of adolescents whose
parents were divorced. Then, out of that population, you could randomly select 25 of
those people. If you wanted to use nonprobability sampling, you would choose specific
people who had met predetermined criteria. Consider your own proposed study: Which
of these sampling techniques might be best for your purposes?

In this Discussion, you identify the population, sample, and sampling technique for your
study. You then consider ethical or cultural issues related to the population that you
should address.

RESOURCES

TO PREPARE

• Review the Learning Resources on sampling in research and on ethics related to
vulnerable populations.

ASSIGNMENT BELOW:

In this Discussion, you identify the population, sample, and sampling technique for your
study. You then consider ethical or cultural issues related to the population that you
should address.

Please use the Learning Resources and the NASW Code of Ethics to support your post
(i.e., cite and reference).

NOTE: document attached separately.

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