Quality & Quantity
Quality and Quantity constitutes a point of reference for European and non-European scholars to discuss instruments of methodology for more rigorous scientific results in the social sciences. The journal publishes papers on models of classification, methods for constructing typologies, models of simulation, neural networks and fuzzy sets for social research, mathematical models applied to social mobility, mathematical models of voting behavior, qualitative methodology and feminist methodology, discussions on the general logic of empirical research, analysis of the validity and verification of social laws, and similar topics. Quality and Quantity is an interdisciplinary journal which systematically correlates disciplines such as mathematics and statistics with the social sciences, particularly sociology, economics, and social psychology. The journal extends discussion of interesting contributions in methodology to scholars worldwide, to promote the scientific development of social research.
48 Volumes 204 Issues 2,234 Articles available from 1967 - 2014Browse Volumes & Issues
The co-occurrence of self-observed norm-conforming behavior, reduction of zero observations and remaining measurement quality
Johannes A. Landsheer (September 2014)
The inverted Mevorach management pyramid revisited: lessons from the January 2013 19th parliamentary elections in Israel
Baruch Mevorach (September 2014)
Ethnographic studies of social causation: observing conjunctures of action sequences in particular settings
Shanyang Zhao (September 2014)
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