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SOCI 250: SOCIAL STATISTICS

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Statistics are tools that social scientists utilize in order to study everything from social movements and prison populations, to rates of unwed adolescent pregnancies. Statistics helps us answer research questions. What you will be learning this semester are some basic tools for research in your given field. This knowledge will allow you to read, critique, and understand the research of others and to conduct your own research. Additionally, this course is a prerequisite course for research methods - where you will learn additional tools for conducting research. Think of it this way: research methods will teach you how to get data and statistics will teach you what to do with the data and what the data mean for that research.

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Syllabus 
Author(s):
Tricia Davis, UW-River Falls 
Date Published:
4/26/2010 
Subject Area:
Quantitative Methodology 
Class Level:
College 200 
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Language:
English 


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