Social Statistics

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MicroCase Corporation, 1998 - Mathematics - 333 pages
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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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About the author (1998)

William Fox is chair of the Sociology Department at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY. He emphasizes social issues and analysis of both large-scale social institutions and small-scale social interaction in all his courses. He received his Ph.D. from Indiana University in 1971. His interests include statistics; social change; folklore; and sociology of culture.

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