SOCIOLOGY 304: INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH ANALYSIS
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This course provides basic training in quantitative and qualitative analysis, with an
emphasis on descriptive and inferential statistics with social science applications.
Students will use statistical techniques and SPSS computer software to organize data,
test empirical hypotheses, and evaluate evidence. Lectures and applied laboratory
sessions cover the following topics: measurement, tabular and graphic displays of data,
measures of central tendency and dispersion, normal distribution, sampling
distributions, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, bivariate distributions, OLS regression, and content analysis.
April Brayfield, Tulane University
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