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Adventures in Social Research: Data Analysis Using IBM SPSS statistics by Earl Babbie, Fred Halley, William E. Wagner and Jeanne Zaino

By: Babbie, Earl.
Contributor(s): Zaino, Jeanne | Halley, Fred | Wagner, William E.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Los Angeles Sage Publications 2013Edition: 8th ed.Description: 456p.ISBN: 9781452205588.Subject(s): SPSS for Windows | Social Sciences - Statistical Methods - Computer ProgramsDDC classification: 001.42
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Part I: Preparing for data analysis
1. Introduction: The Theory and Practice of Social Research
2. The Logic of Measurement
3. Description of Data Sets: The General Social Survey (GSS)

Part II: Univariate analysis
4. Using SPSS Statistics: Some Basics
5. Describing Your Data: Religiosity
6. Presenting Your Data in Graphic Form: Political Orientations
7. Recoding Your Data: Religiosity and Political Orientations
8. Creating Composite Measures: Exploring Attitudes Toward Abortion in More Depth
9. Suggestions for Further Analysis

Part III: Bivariate analysis
10. Examining the Sources of Religiosity
11. Political Orientations as Cause and Effect
12. What Causes Different Attitudes Toward Abortion?
13. Measures of Association for Nominal and Ordinal Variables
14. Regression and Correlation Analysis
15. Tests of Significance
16. Suggestions for Further Bivariate Analyses

Part IV: Multivariate analysis
17. Multiple Causation: Examining Religiosity in Greater Depth
18. Dissecting the Political Factor
19. A Powerful Prediction of Attitudes Toward Abortion
20. Suggestions for Further Multivariate Analyses

Part V: The adventure continues
21. Designing and Executing Your Own Survey
22. Further Opportunities for Social Research

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