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Sociology 201/
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Ericksen, Eugene. 2010. “Sociology 201/”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


This course has four objectives, to provide you with understandings of (1) basic
methods of descriptive statistics, like means, medians, quartile spreads, standard
deviations, and skewness, (2) random variation and how different samples selected
from the same population may provide different results, (3) the basic idea of statistical

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Subject Area(s):
Quantitative Methodology
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College 200

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