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A Tool Kit for Quantitative Data Analysis

Using SPSS

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Red Globe Press

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15 November 2007

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This straightforward, approachable text provides students with a beginner's guide and continuing reference tool for undertaking statistical data analysis using SPSS. Introduces key skills for every newcomer to the subject,...

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This straightforward, approachable text provides students with a beginner's guide and continuing reference tool for undertaking statistical data analysis using SPSS. Introduces key skills for every newcomer to the subject, such as choosing the appropriate test, loading data, using graphs and interpreting computer outputs.

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Concise and accessible, stepbystep approach
Written by an experienced and successful author
Real screen shot illustrations, helpful examples and a Useful Concepts section

About this book
Introduction
Getting to Know Your SPSS: SPSS its many faces
Data analysis: Entering and Managing Data
Transforming Data
Tables, Central Tendency and Dispersion
Data Analysis: Graphic Presentations
Tests of Significance: Nonparametric Tests
Tests of Significance: Parametric Tests
Correlation Tests for Nominal Variables
Correlation Tests for Ordinal Variables
Correlation Regression for Interval/Ratio Variables
Appendix
Useful concepts.

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SOTIRIOS SARANTAKOS is an adjunct professor in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Charles Sturt University in Australia. He is the author of many books, including Social Research, Marriage and the Family, Same-Sex Couples, Cohabitation in Transition. He has been teaching research methods in Europe and Australia for more than two decades.

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SOTIRIOS SARANTAKOS is an adjunct professor in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Charles Sturt University in Australia. He is the author of many books, including Social Research, Marriage and the Family, Same-Sex Couples, Cohabitation in Transition. He has been teaching research methods in Europe and Australia for more than two decades.

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