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Understanding Social Statistics

Author: FIELDING, JANE
Binding: 7
Pages: 360
Pub Date: 18/01/2006
ISBN: 9781412910545
Availability: In stock
Quick overview Helping to take the fear out of the use of numbers in social research, the Second Edition of this bestselling textbook introduces students to statistics as a powerful means of revealing patterns in human behaviour. The book is full of up-to-date examples and illustrations using the latest SPSS software.
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Designed to help take the fear out of the use of numbers in social research, this textbook introduces students to statistics as a powerful means of revealing patterns in human behaviour. This fully revised, expanded and updated second edition covers everything typically included in an introductory course on social statistics for students in the social sciences. It now includes: sections on developing a coding frame, additional discussion of weighting counts as a means of analyzing published statistics; enhanced design to aid navigation which is further simplified by the addition of core objectives for each chapter and bullet-pointed chapter summaries; and updated examples and SPSS coverage demonstrating the latest social statistics datasets.

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