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Intended for introductory political science research methods courses for undergraduates such as introduction to empirical political analysis, statistics for political analysis, and introduction to research methods.
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Part I: Asking Empirical Questions. 1. Politics, Analysis, And Research. 2. Developing Research Questions. 3. Measuring Concepts and Variables. Part II: Designing Research to Answer Our Questions. 4. Alternative Research Designs. 5. Types of Relationships: Associations and Causality. 6. Exploring Relationships: Building Theories and Causal Models. Part III: Finding Information to Answer Our Questions. 7. Collecting Data: Surveys and Questionnaires. 8. Collecting Data: Qualitative Data and Field Research. 9. Collecting Data: Working with Secondary Sources. Part IV: Analyzing Data to Answer Our Research Questions. 10. Describing and Analyzing Variables. 11. Measures of Relationships. 12. Determining the Significance of Our Results. 13. Presenting and Analyzing Tabular and Graphic Data. 14. Designing and Writing a Research Paper.
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Book Description Harcourt College Pub, 1993. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0534211860