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Revel for Elementary Statistics in Social Research, Updated Edition -- Access Card, 12th edition

  • Jack Levin
  • James A. Fox
  • David Forde

Published by Pearson (August 8th 2016) - Copyright © 2017

12th edition

Overview

An introduction to statistics in the social sciences that balances theory and practice
REVEL™ for Elementary Statistics in Social Research provides a balanced overview of statistical analysis in the social sciences, providing coverage of both theoretical concepts and step-by-step computational techniques. Throughout this best-selling text, authors Jack Levin, James Alan Fox, and David Forde make statistics accessible to all readers, particularly those without a strong background in mathematics. Throughout REVEL for the Twelfth Edition, detailed, step-by-step illustrations of statistical procedures help students to better grasp key concepts.

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Table of contents

1. Why the Social Researcher Uses Statistics
2. Organizing the Data
3. Measures of Central Tendency
4. Measures of Variability
5. Probability and the Normal Curve
6. Samples and Populations
7. Testing Differences between Means
8. Analysis of Variance
9. Nonparametric Tests of Significance
10. Correlation
11. Regression Analysis
12. Nonparametric Measures of Correlation
13. Choosing Statistical Procedures for Research Problems
Appendix A: The Social Research Process In Practice
Appendix B: Using SPSS and the General Social Survey
Appendix C: Tables
Appendix D: List of Formulas
Appendix E: A Review of Some Fundamentals of Mathematics

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