their internal structure makes them behave in a similar way.
Overt observation is a type of observational research in which the participants are aware that they are being observed. The researcher may or may not participate in the activity being observed. Overt observation is considered to be the most ethical form of observational research, as it does not require deception and participants are able to give their informed consent. However, it is also the method most at risk of the Hawthorne Effect, which is a phenomenon in which people behave differently when they know they are being observed.
The ability to cause others to behave as they might not otherwise choose to do is manipulation.
Controlled observation is a type of observational study where thesituations areplanned by the researcher. This type of observation may be carried out in a laboratory type situation and because variables are manipulated is said to be high in control. The weakness of the method is that it will be low in ecological validity compared to naturalistic observation. If participants are aware they are being studied they behave differently. by Riziki Kacheche ESM Student ARU-2009/13 Tanzania
A combination of culture and genetic area which affect how humans behave.
Observation changing the observed.
Children in the 1600's were expected to behave and do as they were told. They were also very quite.
No. In naturalistic observation, you are observing the participants in their "natural habitat", so wording has very little - if anything at all - to do with how the participants behave.
pray go to church read the bible BEHAVE
Right up until the 1960s most good parenting skills taught the child to be seen and not heard. In other words, the parents were strict and expected their children to behave or they would be punished.
Gender roles :D
They are expected to act like adults as almost all are legal adults (18 years and over).
Yes, if they want to teach. There are professional standards.
It provides examples of how males and females are expected to behave :)
The expected behavior in a Mandir/Temple is no different from that which is required in any other civilized place of worship