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Doing sociology with Student CHIP : data happy!

Author: Gregg Lee Carter
Publisher: Boston : Pearson/Allyn and Bacon, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 4th edView all editions and formats

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gregg Lee Carter
ISBN: 0205394833 9780205394838
OCLC Number: 61519951
Description: viii, 333 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Contents: * New to this edition. Each chapter concludes with "Exploratory Exercises." About Student CHIP. A Primer on Critical Reading. A Primer on Elementary Data Analysis. Measures of Central Tendency.Measures of Dispersion.Scatterplots and the Correlation Coefficient.Basic Tabular Analysis.Criteria for Establishing Causality in Nonexperimental Situations.The Art of Reading Partial Tables. 1. The Problem of Social Order. 1. Social Order and Control via Close Social Ties: The Example of Suicide.2. Social Characteristics of Happy Individuals.* 3. Trust and the Social Order.2. Issues in Sociological Research. 4. Attitudes vs. Actions: Do Religiosity and Church Attendance Go Hand-in-Hand?5. The Idea of Contextual Effects: The Social Context of Happiness.*6. Linking Qualitative and Quantitative Data: The Example of Eating Disorders in Young Women.3. Culture. 7. The Problem of Ethnocentrism.4. Society. 8. The Occupational Structure of Post-Industrial Society.*9. AIDS-A Crossnational Examination.5. Socialization 10. Social Class and Parental Values.*11. Who Believes That Children Sometimes Need a "Good, Hard Spanking?"6. Groups. 12. Physical Health, the Quality of Primary-Group Ties, and Social Class.13. Psychological Health, the Quality of Primary-Group Ties, and Social Class.*14. Family Life and Adolescent Academic Success.*15. Who's Most Likely To Be Divorced?7. Interaction. 16. How Safe Do I Feel Walking About My Neighborhood?*17. Social Class, Emotional Well-Being, and Internet Use.8. Crime, Deviance, and Social Control. 18. Anomie Theory, Control Theory, and Understanding Deviance.19. Social Class and Deviance.20. Social Integration and Deviance.*21. Who Believes in Strong Gun Control?9. Inequality. 22. An Examination of the "Status Attainment" Model and the Predictors of Individual Economic Success.23. Up and Down Opportunity's Ladder-Social Mobility between the Generations.24. Social Class and Political Participation.*25. The Wealth of Nations: Associations Among Economic Development, Political Structure, Literacy, Fertility, Hunger, and Infant Mortality.10. Race and Ethnicity. 26. Ethnic Tolerance: A Function of Social and Personal Control.27. Race, Ethnicity, and Poverty- African-Americans, Latinos, Asians, and Whites.*28. Predicting Minority Success in School-Individual and Contextual Factors.11. Gender. 29. The Malleability of Gender Roles (Is A Woman's Place in the Home?).*30. Sex Differences in Income.*31. The Status of Women: Crossnational Comparisons.12. Social Change and Social Conflict. 32. The Strategy of Social Protest.*33. The International Scene: Ethnic Diversity and Separatist Movements.*34. Attitudes toward the Impact of Immigration on Economic Growth.About the Author.
Other Titles: Data happy!
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