Statistics for the Social Sciences

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SAGE Publications, May 6, 1999 - Social Science - 570 pages

Do your students lack confidence in handling quantitative work? Do they get confused about how to enter statistical data on SAS and SPSS programs? This Second Edition of Mark Sirkin's popular textbook is the solution for these dilemmas. The book progresses from concepts that require little computational work to the more demanding. It emphasizes utilization so that students appreciate the usefulness of statistics and shows how the interpretation of data is related to the methods by which data was obtained. The author includes coverage of the scientific method, levels of measurement and the interpretation of tables.

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Areas of Expertise: Contemporary Middle East, especially Arab-Israel Relations Quantitative Methods

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