This data consists of 10 random men and women participants born and raised in th


This data consists of 10 random men and women participants born and raised in the United States and 10 random men and women participants who were born outside of the United States and then moved to the US, being first-generation immigrants. All of these participants completed a survey. They answered with how they felt about the statements listed on the survey.
The hypothesis that men and women from different generations and their thought processes might not be the same from one age group to another is not supported since people from around the same age group had different results that were impacted by whether they were a first-generation child vs born and raised in the United States. The researchers found a main effect for age … based on which generation they are from, however, there was not an outstanding main effect for the older generations nor was there a big opposition rate or interaction between those two variables.
Although the participants are close in age, their ratings were very different since they were raised and grew up in very different cultures, countries, and environments. It was found that age and generation had an impact on the interactions being shown by the results. The younger generations had a higher opposition rate with the results compared to the older generations altogether. Although, there was not as big of an opposition rate based off of the older generations.


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