This texts presents a clear conceptual and analytical intro- duction to the most common statistical procedures used in the social sciences, with an emphasis on how statistics are contextualized within the larger scheme of research. Numer- ous examples of statistics cover the disciplines of educa- tion, political science, communication, sociology, and social psychology. A computer section at the end of each chapter presents instruction on basic data preparation, how to conduct statistical analyses on the computer, sample computer output, interpretation of the results, and homework exercises. Data disks are included that can be used on any statistical software programs. The text can be used in undergraduate or graduate courses.
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