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SPSS for Social Scientists

  • Authors
  • Robert L. Miller
  • Ciaran Acton
  • Deirdre A. Fullerton
  • John Maltby
  • Editors
  • Jo Campling
Textbook

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvii
  2. Robert L. Miller, Ciaran Acton, Deirdre A. Fullerton, John Maltby, Jo Campling
    Pages 1-9
  3. Robert L. Miller, Ciaran Acton, Deirdre A. Fullerton, John Maltby, Jo Campling
    Pages 10-29
  4. Robert L. Miller, Ciaran Acton, Deirdre A. Fullerton, John Maltby, Jo Campling
    Pages 30-58
  5. Robert L. Miller, Ciaran Acton, Deirdre A. Fullerton, John Maltby, Jo Campling
    Pages 59-87
  6. Robert L. Miller, Ciaran Acton, Deirdre A. Fullerton, John Maltby, Jo Campling
    Pages 88-115
  7. Robert L. Miller, Ciaran Acton, Deirdre A. Fullerton, John Maltby, Jo Campling
    Pages 116-126
  8. Robert L. Miller, Ciaran Acton, Deirdre A. Fullerton, John Maltby, Jo Campling
    Pages 127-144
  9. Robert L. Miller, Ciaran Acton, Deirdre A. Fullerton, John Maltby, Jo Campling
    Pages 145-154
  10. Robert L. Miller, Ciaran Acton, Deirdre A. Fullerton, John Maltby, Jo Campling
    Pages 155-173
  11. Robert L. Miller, Ciaran Acton, Deirdre A. Fullerton, John Maltby, Jo Campling
    Pages 174-185
  12. Robert L. Miller, Ciaran Acton, Deirdre A. Fullerton, John Maltby, Jo Campling
    Pages 186-216
  13. Robert L. Miller, Ciaran Acton, Deirdre A. Fullerton, John Maltby, Jo Campling
    Pages 217-238
  14. Robert L. Miller, Ciaran Acton, Deirdre A. Fullerton, John Maltby, Jo Campling
    Pages 239-243
  15. Back Matter
    Pages 244-334

About this book

Introduction

This clear, student-friendly text offers a step-by-step introduction to the use of SPSS - easily the most widely used data analysis computer package in the social sciences. Supported by four datasets taken from the well-known British Social Attitudes Survey on the topics crime, health, politics and poverty, it offers an eminently practical approach to its subject, while still setting its explanation of statistical procedures within the wider social research context.

Keywords

Computer data analysis Nation politics poverty social research SPSS

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