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October 12, 2021 • 13:08 pm 30 points
  • Human Resource Management

A de t givr e atloe ndellyi u o atitutu hchiquel.ty all bept a aa elsi teh jpse ml miu ndu a aa ellx orielo degclibe.d a a ak copalis

A de t givR e Atloe ndellyi u o Atitutu hchiquel.Ty all bept A AA elsi Teh Jpse ML MiU ndu A AA ellx ORielo degclibe.d a a ak Copalis

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    option D 1) An error of omission also known as "false negative". When something is incorrectly excluded from consideration or from mentioning when it should have been included, it is an error of omission. When a researcher doesn't rationalize the use of the statistical techniques used in the research, it is a case of error of omission. 2) An error of commission is often called "false positives," referring to cases where someone or something is wrongly included when they are omitted. This error usually occurs when a unit's eligibility is decided in survey research. For example, if at the beginning of an interviewer communication a person is screened to decide whether he or she is qualified, and the person is incorrect in answering in such a way that the interview takes place, as though the individual is qualified for data collection, if the person is actually not eligible, then this is a commission mistake. In these cases, data are gathered and analyzed for someone who should not have been interviewed. 3) Ethical misconduct is defined as Fabrication, falsification, or plagiarism in proposing, performing, or reviewing research, or in reporting research results. 4) A technical lapse in research could mean not following the accepted norms of research such as sticking to a particular formatting style or chapter scheme.


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