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Is book range from the hilosophical basis of scientific research to issues of statistical inference measurement scaling research design sampling and roblems with missing data Numerous examples are drawn from a range of specialties to illustrate a variety of ractical applications After roviding an overview of the hilosophical basis of uantitative social science the book resents the concepts of theory formalization and causality It then moves into specific.

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Areas focusing extensively on issues of design and data collection uantitative Research Methods in the Social Sciences is accessible to students with an intermediate level background in social statistics and research methods Professionals will find this detailed yet concise book to be an excellent reference With over 350 classical and up to date citations uantitative Research Methods in the Social Sciences has something to offer all social science researchers.

A strong understanding and appreciation of statistics and uantitative research methods is vital to any graduate student of the social sciences yet most similar texts do not adeuately cover this subject With this in mind the author has designed a text suitable for first year graduate survey courses that reviews general statistical theory and methods and explores the roblems that uantitative social scientists face in conducting research The topics covered in th.

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