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Racism refers to Prejudice and/or Discrimination against others because of their race or ethnicity .

Random Assignment refer to the assignment of Research participants to treatment conditions whereby each participant has an equal chance of being assigned to each condition.

Random process refers to a procedure that produces one outcome from a set of possible outcomes. The outcome must be unpredictable each time, and the process must guarantee that each

Random sample refers to a survey procedure in which every person in the population being studied has an equal chance of inc

Random sampling refers to a recruitment process in which every person in a particular population has exactly the same probability of being in the study; it produces a representative s

Random variable refers to a circumstance in an experiment whose level is determined by chance rather than being controlled by the experimenter.

Randomization refers to the process whereby individuals are assigned to study groups without biases or differences resulting from selection.

A technique for assigning experimental

Randomization within constraints refers to a method of selection in which items are randomly chosen within the bounds of some selection rule or rules. For example, conditions are ran