smita N.
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Structured observations are made when the data that is being collected can be organized into clear categories or groups so that the observer can record the data by simply marking off or checking a category on an observation form. Non-structured observations are not looking for specific facts or actions, but rather are capturing everything that occurs. For example, if the US Postal Service were interested in knowing the gender and racial profile of the people that use a particular post office, they could post an observer at the front door and simply record the data as people entered the post office. This would be a structured observation, where the observer would simply be marking off boxes on an observation form. However, if the US Postal Service were interested in knowing the general level of satisfaction with service in a particular post office, they could post an observer in that office to capture more general data such as the length of the line during various times of day, the gene
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i am Structured observations are made when the data that is being collected can be organized into clear categories or groups so that the observer can record the data by simply marking off or checking a category on an observation form. Non-structured observations are not looking for specific facts or actions, but rather are capturing everything that occurs. For example, if the US Postal Service were interested in knowing the gender and racial profile of the people that use a particular post offic
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Structured observations are made when the data that is being collected can be organized into clear categories or groups so that the observer can record the data by simply marking off or checking a category on an observation form. Non-structured observations are not looking for specific facts or actions, but rather are capturing everything that occurs. For example, if the US Postal Service were interested in knowing the gender and racial profile of the people that use a particular post office, th
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