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Statistics for Politics and International Relations Using IBM SPSS Statistics
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Statistics for Politics and International Relations Using IBM SPSS Statistics

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March 2020 | 408 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

Guiding you from first principles to advanced techniques, this book uses IBM SPSS Statistics examples specific to your Politics and International Relations studies to equip you with the tools to understand key concepts in quantitative research, and use them to produce and interpret data. The book takes you through the entire research process, from choosing a research question through to writing up your findings.

Key features include:

  • Software-specific sections in each chapter to show you how to use SPSS, while mathematical equations are kept to a minimum
  • Packed with real life examples
  • Extensive learning features including: chapter objectives, boxed summaries, illustrations, exercises and end-of-chapter questions, suggestions of further reading and a glossary 
  • Accompanied by a collection of online resources including datasets, exercises, multiple choice questions, podcasts, videos and further reading and weblinks.

This is an invaluable research companion for students of Politics and International Relations using IBM SPSS Statistics.


 
Chapter 1: Introduction
 
Chapter 2: Approaches to the social world
 
Chapter 3: Getting started with SPSS
 
Chapter 4: Describing Categorical Data
 
Chapter 5: Visualizing categorical data
 
Chapter 6: Inference with categorical data
 
Chapter 7: Describing continuous data
 
Chapter 8: Visualizing continuous data
 
Chapter 9: Comparing group means
 
Chapter 10: Inference with continuous data
 
Chapter 11: Writing about data
 
Appendix: Activity answers

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