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Using Statistical Methods in Social Science Research

Using Statistical Methods in Social Science Research Author Soleman H. Abu-Bader
ISBN-10 9780190615222
Release 2011-06-01
Pages 394
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In Using Statistical Methods, Soleman Abu-Bader detects and addresses the gaps between the research and data analysis of the classroom environment and the practitioner's office. This book not only guides social scientists through different tests, but also provides students and researchers alike with information that will help them in their own practice. With focus on the purpose, rationale, and assumptions made by each statistical test, and a plethora of research examples that clearly display their applicability and function in real-world practice, Professor Abu-Bader creates a step-by-step description of the process needed to clearly organize, choose a test or statistical technique, analyze, interpret, and report research findings.



Using Statistical Methods in Social Work Practice

Using Statistical Methods in Social Work Practice Author Soleman H. Abu-Bader
ISBN-10 0925065900
Release 2006
Pages 298
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Presents the tools to help child welfare practitioners and agency managers identify and provide practical and appropriate interventions.



Using IBM SPSS Statistics for Research Methods and Social Science Statistics

Using IBM   SPSS   Statistics for Research Methods and Social Science Statistics Author William E. Wagner, III
ISBN-10 9781483351278
Release 2014-03-20
Pages 168
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Now in its Fifth Edition, William Wagner’s Using SPSS for Social Statistics and Research Methods has come to be trusted as a reliable and student-friendly resource for those learning to use the SPSS software for the first time. Ideal as a companion to a statistics or research methods text or as a stand-alone guide, this supplementary text shows readers how to use images and directions drawn from SPSS Version 22.0 and now uses the latest version of the GSS (General Social Survey) as a secondary data set. It is designed as an ideal manual for SPSS use for social statistics and research methods classes.



Statistical Methods for Practice and Research

Statistical Methods for Practice and Research Author Ajai S Gaur
ISBN-10 9788132102496
Release 2009-05-13
Pages 172
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There is a growing trend these days to use statistical methods to comprehend and explain various situations and phenomena in different disciplines. Managers, social scientists and practicing researchers are increasingly collecting information and applying scientific methods to analyze the data. The ability to use statistical methods and tools becomes a crucial skill for the success of such efforts. This book is designed to assist students, managers, academics and researchers in solving statistical problems using SPSS and to help them understand how they can apply various statistical tools for their own research problems. SPSS is a very powerful and user friendly computer package for data analyses. It can take data from most other file types and generate tables, charts, plots, and descriptive statistics, and conduct complex statistical analyses. After providing a brief overview of SPSS and basic statistical concepts, the book covers: - Descriptive statistics - t-tests, chi-square tests and ANOVA - Correlation analysis - Multiple and logistics regression - Factor analysis and testing scale reliability - Advanced data handling Illustrated with simple, practical problems, and screen shots, this book outlines the steps for solving statistical problems using SPSS. Although the illustrations are based on version 16.0 of SPSS, users of the earlier versions will find the book equally useful and relevant. Written in a reader-friendly, non-technical style, this book will serve as a companion volume to any statistics textbook.



Advanced and Multivariate Statistical Methods for Social Science Research

Advanced and Multivariate Statistical Methods for Social Science Research Author Soleman H. Abu-Bader
ISBN-10 0190616393
Release 2010-06-01
Pages 350
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Unlike other advanced statistical texts, this book combines the theory and practice behind a number of statistical techniques which students of the social sciences need to evaluate, analyze, and test their research hypotheses.Each chapter discusses the purpose, rationale, and assumptions for using each statistical test, rather than focusing on the memorization of formulas. The tests are further elucidated throughout the text by real examples of analysis. Of particular value to students is the book's detailed discussionof how to utilize SPSS to run each test, read its output, interpret, and write the results.Advanced and Multivariate Statistical Methods for Social Science Research is an indispensable resource for students of disciplines as varied as social work, nursing, public health, psychology, and education.Electronic database files are available for student and instructor use.http://lyceumbooks.com/StudentResources.htm



Introduction to Statistics with SPSS for Social Science

Introduction to Statistics with SPSS for Social Science Author Gareth Norris
ISBN-10 9781317861836
Release 2014-09-19
Pages 496
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This is a complete guide to statistics and SPSS for social science students. Statistics with SPSS for Social Science provides a step-by-step explanation of all the important statistical concepts, tests and procedures. It is also a guide to getting started with SPSS, and includes screenshots to illustrate explanations. With examples specific to social sciences, this text is essential for any student in this area.



Statistics for Social and Health Research

Statistics for Social and Health Research Author George Argyrous
ISBN-10 0761968180
Release 2000-06-22
Pages 538
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This book explains statistical concepts in a highly readable and accessible way - assuming no formal knowledge of statistics. It uses practical examples from a variety of disciplines, and concentrates on the clear explanation of a wide range of statistical techniques. The book is also a comprehensive introduction and guide to SPSS (up to Version 10), and comes with a useful CD-ROM with sample data sets. Organized so that it offers a clear guide to choosing the appropriate procedure the first edition of this book proved to be very popular across a range of disciplines because of its easy-to-follow style, and simple guide to SPSS. This thoroughly revised and updated international edition builds on those strengths. The book



Social Science Research Design and Statistics

Social Science Research Design and Statistics Author Alfred P. Rovai
ISBN-10 0978718674
Release 2013
Pages 540
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This book integrates social science research methods and the descriptions of 46 univariate, bivariate, and multivariate tests to include a description of the purpose, assumptions, example research question and hypothesis, SPSS procedure, and interpretation of SPSS output for each test. Included throughout the book are various sidebars highlighting key points, images and SPSS screenshots to assist understanding the material presented, self-test reviews at the end of each chapter, a decision tree to facilitate identification of the proper statistical test, examples of SPSS output with accompanying analysis and interpretations, links to relevant web sites, and a comprehensive glossary. Underpinning all these features is a concise, easy to understand explanation of the material.



Statistics for Research

Statistics for Research Author George Argyrous
ISBN-10 1446245160
Release 2011-01-13
Pages 608
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This fully updated edition of Statistics for Research explains statistical concepts in a straight-forward and accessible way using practical examples from a variety of disciplines. If you're looking for an easy-to-read, comprehensive introduction to statistics with a guide to SPSS, this is the book for you! The new edition features: - Clear explanations of all the main techniques of statistical analysis - A brand new student-friendly, easy-to-navigate design - Even more step-by-step screenshots of SPSS commands and outputs - An extensive glossary of terms, ideal for those new to statistics - End of chapter exercises to help you put your learning into practice - A new, fully updated companion website (www.uk.sagepub.com/argyrous3) with comprehensive student and lecturer resources including additional, discipline specific examples and online readings and WebCT/Blackboard quizzes. This is the ideal textbook for any course in statistical methods across the health and social sciences and a perfect starter book for students, researchers and professionals alike.



Advanced and Multivariate Statistical Methods for Social Science Research with a Complete SPSS Guide

Advanced and Multivariate Statistical Methods for Social Science Research with a Complete SPSS Guide Author Soleman H. Abu-Bader
ISBN-10 1933478829
Release 2010-01-01
Pages 365
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"Unlike other advanced statistical texts, this book combines the theory and practice behind a number of statistical techniques which students of the social sciences need to evaluate, analyze, and test their research hypotheses. Each chapter discusses the purpose, rationale, and assumptions for using each statistical test, rather than focusing on the memorization of formulas. The tests are further elucidated throughout the text by real examples of analysis. Of particular value to students is the book's detailed discussion of how to utilize SPSS to run each test, read its output, interpret, and write the results. Advanced & Multivariate Statistical Methods for Social Science Research is an indispensable resource for students of disciplines as varied as social work, nursing, public health, psychology, and education."--Publisher's website.



Adventures in Social Research

Adventures in Social Research Author Earl Babbie
ISBN-10 9781483359595
Release 2015-03-03
Pages 496
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Written by esteemed social science research authors Earl R. Babbie, William E. Wagner, and Jeanne Zaino, Adventures in Social Research: Data Analysis Using IBM® SPSS® Statistics, Ninth Edition encourages students to practice SPSS as they read about it, providing a practical, hands-on introduction to conceptualization, measurement, and association through active learning. This fully revised workbook will guide students through step-by-step instruction on data analysis using the latest version of SPSS and the most up to date General Social Survey data. Arranged to parallel most introductory research methods texts, this text starts with an introduction to computerized data analysis and the social research process, then takes readers step-by-step through univariate, bivariate, and multivariate analysis using SPSS Statistics. In this revised edition, active and collaborative learning will be emphasized as students engage in a series of practical investigative exercises.



SPSS for Social Scientists

SPSS for Social Scientists Author Ciaran Acton
ISBN-10 9781137266286
Release 2009-04-07
Pages 336
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SPSS for Social Scientists 2e provides the novice researcher with a step-by-step guide to SPSS – easily the most widely used data analysis package in the social sciences. Written in a clear and non-technical style, the book gives practical guidance that gradually builds up the reader's knowledge, understanding and confidence. Beginning with an overview of quantitative research and introducing the basics of the SPSS package, the book is then split into 'modules' that explain major procedures in SPSS up to Version 17 and beyond. Each module is packed with step-by-step worked examples that provide supportive and structured advice on inputting data, creating graphical presentations and analysing results. With specific guidance on how to manage the exploration, manipulation and transformation of data, the workbook also takes the reader through key statistical techniques, from t-test and cross-tabulation analysis through multiple response analysis and data reduction to multivariate techniques such as loglinear analysis and logistic regression. This new edition is accompanied by a collection of rich and versatile datasets drawn from the International Social Survey Programme (ISSP), which offers a huge variety of international social science data from over 30 countries. Download datasets by clicking on the link 'Datasets for all nations' under 'Downloads' below and you're ready to go. Whether you're a student or a researcher looking to upgrade your skills, this accessible text brings statistical analysis with SPSS to life in a practical and meaningful way.



Statistics for People Who Think They Hate Statistics

Statistics for People Who  Think They  Hate Statistics Author Neil J. Salkind
ISBN-10 9781506333854
Release 2016-09-13
Pages 480
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The Sixth Edition of Neil J. Salkind’s best-selling Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics promises to ease student anxiety around an often intimidating subject with a humorous, personable, and informative approach. Salkind guides students through various statistical procedures, beginning with descriptive statistics, correlation, and graphical representation of data, and ending with inferential techniques and analysis of variance. New to this edition is an introduction to working with large data sets.



Using Basic Statistics in the Behavioral and Social Sciences

Using Basic Statistics in the Behavioral and Social Sciences Author Annabel Ness Evans
ISBN-10 9781483323619
Release 2013-06-06
Pages 624
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Using Basic Statistics in the Behavioral and Social Sciences, Fifth Edition, by Annabel Ness Evans, presents introductory statistics in a practical, conceptual, and humorous way, reducing the anxiety that many students experience in introductory courses. Avoiding complex notation and derivation, the book focuses on helping readers develop an understanding of the underlying logic of statistics. Practical Focus on Research boxes engage students with realistic applications of statistics, and end-of-chapter exercises ensure student comprehension. This exciting new edition includes a greater number of realistic and engaging global examples within the social and behavioral sciences, making it ideal for use within many departments or in interdisciplinary settings.



Quantitative Data Analysis Using Spss An Introduction For Health And Social Sciences

Quantitative Data Analysis Using Spss  An Introduction For Health And Social Sciences Author Greasley, Pete
ISBN-10 9780335223053
Release 2007-12-01
Pages 138
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Designed for the complete novice, this title guides you through a sample analysis of survey data and shows you step-by-step how to use SPSS to complete it.



Applied Statistics with SPSS

Applied Statistics with SPSS Author Eelko Huizingh
ISBN-10 9781446204160
Release 2007-01-24
Pages 368
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Accessibly written and easy to use, Applied Statistics Using SPSS is an all-in-one self-study guide to SPSS and do-it-yourself guide to statistics. Based around the needs of undergraduate students embarking on their own research project, the text's self-help style is designed to boost the skills and confidence of those that will need to use SPSS in the course of doing their research project. The book is pedagogically well developed and contains many screen dumps and exercises, glossary terms and worked examples. Divided into two parts, Applied Statistics Using SPSS covers : 1. A self-study guide for learning how to use SPSS. 2. A reference guide for selecting the appropriate statistical technique and a stepwise do-it-yourself guide for analysing data and interpreting the results. 3. Readers of the book can download the SPSS data file that is used for most of the examples throughout the book here. Geared explicitly for undergraduate needs, this is an easy to follow SPSS book that should provide a step-by-step guide to research design and data analysis using SPSS.



Social Statistics for a Diverse Society

Social Statistics for a Diverse Society Author Chava Frankfort-Nachmias
ISBN-10 9781483359670
Release 2014-01-14
Pages 592
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Today’s students live in a world characterized by a growing diversity and richness of social differences. In the seventh edition of Social Statistics for a Diverse Society, authors Chava Frankfort-Nachmias and Anna Leon-Guerrero continue to help students learn statistics through real research examples related to the dynamic interplay of race, class, gender, and other social variables. Focusing on the constant intersections between local and global social concerns and methods of inquiry and investigation, this new edition continues to emphasize intuition and common sense while demonstrating the link between the practice of statistics and important social issues. In addition, guides for reading and interpreting the research literature help students understand key statistical concepts, while SPSS demonstrations and a rich variety of exercises help them hone their problem-solving skills.