Critical Thinking: What’s Wrong? In Exercises 21–28, determine whether the study is an experiment or an observational study, and then identify a major problem with the study.Crime Research A sociologist has created a brief survey to be given to 2000 adults randomly selected from the U.S. population. Here are her first two questions: (1) Have you ever been the victim of a felony crime? (2) Have you ever been convicted of a felony?

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Critical Thinking: What’s Wrong? In Exercises 21–28, determine whether the study is an experiment or an observational study, and then identify a major problem with the study.

Crime Research A sociologist has created a brief survey to be given to 2000 adults randomly selected from the U.S. population. Here are her first two questions: (1) Have you ever been the victim of a felony crime? (2) Have you ever been convicted of a felony?

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