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We Were Just Kids [v0.3b]


I had few comments here: Only 9 index cases were randomly recruited in each school in this study according to proportion of gender and grade. In total only 18 kids were recruited from a rural and an urban area in this study while a relative larger number of teachers (in total 40) were recruited. Is the sample size for the school-aged children large enough to give a good level of resolution of data to reflect kid's contact in school?




We Were Just Kids [v0.3b]


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1. Only 9 index cases were randomly recruited in each school in this study according to the proportion of gender and grade. In total, only 18 kids were recruited from a rural and urban area in this study while a relatively larger number of teachers (in total 40) were recruited. Is the sample size for the school-aged children large enough to give a good level of resolution of data to reflect kid's contact in school?


Some Death Eaters managed to elude justice by claiming the Imperius Curse had been used on them, such as Lucius Malfoy, or by turning in other Death Eaters, as Igor Karkaroff did. Due to many trying to escape by claiming they were bewitched, the Ministry assigned specialists to find out who was lying, although this did not work out to the fullest since Malfoy and several others were found innocent. Most followers hid their allegiance to Voldemort and therefore did not try to find him, although a handful of Death Eaters, such as the Lestranges and Barty Crouch Jnr, remained fiercely loyal to their fallen master and sought him out.[3][22] They were supposedly rewarded by Voldemort for their loyalty. Some, such as Evan Rosier, chose to resist arrest and fought to the death.[18]


But this remained a controversial choice. There were many in the magical world to whom it occurred that, united, the wizarding community had enough power to openly take control of governments worldwide. For some this was just a means of power, wealth, or fame; but to others, such as Dumbledore, who flirted with the idea of a wizard-led society with Grindelwald in his youth, this was an opportunity to improve the world, to use power responsibly and prevent tragedies based on xenophobia and secrecy like the one that had torn apart his own family. 041b061a72


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