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    I need help answering the following questions in relation to my research questions.

    How could we analyze the data collected from these questions?

    How might you measure the variables presented in these questions?

    Here are my research questions:

    Is there a relationship between MSW students' adherence to stereotypes of dangerousness and less desire for social distance and restrictions?

    Is there a relationship between MSW students' belief in recovery and less desire for social distance and restrictions?

    Do MSW students with professional training in SMI view mental illness stigma differently than MSW students without professional training in SMI?

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    In providing guidance for this posting, I think it would be best to analyze the data collected from the first question by ascertaining the percentage of MSW students that adhere to stereotypes of dangerousness. The next thing that should be done is to seek to ascertain/analyze the percentage of the MSW students who adhere to stereotypes of dangerousness that have a greater desire for ...

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