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Handbook of data analysis

Hardy, Melissa A., 1952-

London ; Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage Publications 2004

Available at Central Connecticut State University  Stack Level 4  (H62 H224 2004 )()

  • Title:
    Handbook of data analysis
  • Author: Hardy, Melissa A., 1952-; Bryman, Alan.
  • Variant Title: Data analysis.
  • Publisher: London ; Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage Publications
  • Creation Date: 2004
  • Language: English
  • Physical Description: xvii, 704 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
  • Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Subjects: Social sciences -- Statistical methods; Social sciences -- Research -- Statistical methods; Social sciences -- Mathematical models; Qualitative research
  • Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Contents: Common threads among techniques of data analysis / Melissa Hardy, Alan Bryman
    Constructing variables / Alan Bryman and Duncan Cramer
    Summarizing distributions / Melissa Hardy
    Inference / Lawrence Hazelrigg
    Strategies for analysis of incomplete data / Mortaza Jamshidian
    Feminist issues in data analysis / Mary Maynard
    Historical analysis / Dennis Smith
    Multiple regression analysis / Ross M. Stolzenberg
    Incorporating categorical information into regression models / Melissa Hardy and John Reynolds
    Analyzing contingent effects in regression models / James Jaccard and Tonya Dodge
    Regression models for categorical outcomes / J. Scott Long and Simon Cheng
    Log-linear analysis / Douglas L. Anderton and Eric Cheney
    Modeling change / Nancy Brandon Tuma
    Analyzing panel data / Trond Petersen
    Longitudinal analysis for continuous outcomes / Guang Guo and John Hipp
    Event history analysis / Paul Allison
    Sequence analysis and optimal matching techniques for social science data / Heather MacIndoe and Andrew Abbott
    Sample selection bias models / Vincent Kang Fu, Christopher Winship and Robert D. Mare
    Structural equation modeling / Jodie B. Ullman, Peter M. Bentler
    Multilevel modelling / William Browne and Jon Rasbash
    Causal inference in sociological studies / Christopher Winship and Michael Sobel
    The analysis of social networks / Ronald L. Breiger
    Tools for qualitative data analysis / Raymond M. Lee and Nigel G. Fielding
    Content analysis / Roberto P. Franzosi
    Semiotics and data analysis / Peter K. Manning
    Conversation analysis / Steven E. Clayman and Virginia Teas Gill
    Discourse analysis / Jonathan Potter
    Grounded theory / Nick Pidgeon and Karen Henwood
    The uses of narrative in social science research / Barbara Czarniawska
    Qualitative research and the postmodern turn / Sara Delamont and Paul Atkinson.
  • OCLC Number: 57529952
  • Identifier: ISBN0761966528;ISBN9780761966524;LCCN2003101541