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e-Book Analyzing social data;: A statistical orientation download

by Karl F Schuessler

ISBN: 0395053846
ISBN13: 978-0395053843
Language: English
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin (1971)
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Title of the book: analyzing social data a statistical orientation. Author: schuessler, karl.

Schuessler, Karl F. Publication date. Sociology - Methodology, Statistics, Statistische analyse, Sociologie, Statistik, Soziologie, Sozialdaten. Boston, Houghton Mifflin. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by station53. cebu on January 6, 2020. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

Analyzing Social Data: A Statistical Orientation. James Fennessey, "Analyzing Social Data: A Statistical Orientation. Karl Schuessler," American Journal of Sociology 79, no. 2 (Se. 1973): 495-497.

when controlling for education, age, gender, place of residence, and political orientation.

September 1973 · American Journal of Sociology. An analysis of social cleavage and the impact on policy decisions /. Donald A. Antrim. -Ohio State University, 1971. when controlling for education, age, gender, place of residence, and political orientation. By contrast, elites across different fields of activity hold rather consensual positions on the issues of denationalization explored in the survey. Transnational networking and transnational mobility are not significantly associated with attitudes toward these issues.

In sociological studies it is usually instructive, if not essential, to express the statistical characteristics of a ratio variable in terms of the component variables from which it was formed.

28. 14. View via Publisher. In sociological studies it is usually instructive, if not essential, to express the statistical characteristics of a ratio variable in terms of the component variables from which it was formed. 1.

Analysing Social Science data: 50 Key Problems in Data Analysis, covers areas of data analysis which many . Houghton Miffin C. 1971. Weber, Max. The Theory of Social and Economic Organization. Oxford University Press, 1950. Recommend this journal.

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