American Red Cross in Dallas, Texas
Persuasive and informative proposal
Use the four different levels of measurement that can be identified: nominal (Data are assigned to categories based on similarity or difference. Example: Ethnicity, marital status, yes/ no response), ordinal (Data are sequenced in some order. Example: Many
attitude and opinion questions), interval (Data are sequenced in some order, and the
distances between the different points are equal. Example: IQ, GRE scores), and ratio
(Ratio Data are sequenced in some order, the distances between the different points
are equal, and each value reflects an absolute magnitude. The zero point reflects an absence of the value. Example: Years of age, number of children, miles to place of employment).
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Identify levels of measurement:
“As Appendix-B” 20 Questions with discretion to research (see document information which gathers concerns in evaluating),
with 20 Furthering Questions per question. Include demographics and cultural barriers.
“As Appendix-C” Excel Analysis Field Chart to track Data and Analysis for 100+
different persons as levels of Agency Structures.
“As Appendix-D” Lists for tracking employees.Include demographics and cultural
Above, This will be my measurement Instrument
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