The essentials of political analysis

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CQ Press, 2005 - Political Science - 227 pages
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Providing a strong conceptual foundation, this book walks students through the basics of measuring concepts, formulating and testing hypotheses, and describing variables. The author's prose introduces key terms and concepts while chapter-opening objectives cue students to learning goals. Class-tested chapter exercises promote skill application.

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Explanations and Hypotheses
Describing Variables and Making Comparisons

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PHILIP H. POLLOCK III is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Central Florida.

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