This is the only complete package for introductory social statistics. The third edition of the textbook is accompanied by a powerful version of Student MicroCase, research-quality data sets, a comprehensive set of workbook exercises, and hundreds of other enhancements. The textbook is a friendly introduction to social statistics. William Fox explains topics in a clear and simple manner, and he prepares students to use social statistics.
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Introduction and Univariate Analyses
Frequency and Percentage Distributions
Percentage Distributions Graphs and Maps
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analysis of variance ANOVA antecedent variable average bar graph beta coefficient between-groups birth rates bivariate relationship bivariate tables calculate causal cell chapter chi-square test Civil Disobedience coded collapsing College column confidence interval control variable correlation coefficient cross-tabulation degrees of freedom dent variable dependent variable scores describe dichotomous variable difference between means dummy variables example expected frequencies female fertility rate Follow Conscience formula gamma gender independent variable interpret interval/ratio variables lambda level of measurement males measure of association median MicroCase missing data multivariate nominal variables normal distribution null hypothesis ordinal variables partial tables percent urban percentage tables population data proportion regression and correlation regression line reject the null respondents sample data sampling distribution scatterplot Section skewed Social Survey standard deviation standard scores statistical significance sum of squares tau-b tion total number TV watching Type I error univariate values variation write-up Z-scores