Statistics for Criminal Justice and Criminology (3rd Edition)

[Dean J. Champion, Richard D. Hartley] ✓ Statistics for Criminal Justice and Criminology (3rd Edition) ↠ Download Online eBook or Kindle ePUB. Statistics for Criminal Justice and Criminology (3rd Edition) This edition devotes a full chapter to SPSS, includes interpretive statistical tables with explanatory headnotes and footnotes, and offers step-by-step formulae to heighten the meaningfulness of statistics for criminal justice and social science majors.. Using a non-technical approach, this book covers the full range of statistics topics–from descriptive statistical techniques to tests of significance and measures of association for two-  and k- variable combinations for differ

Statistics for Criminal Justice and Criminology (3rd Edition)

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Rating : 4.16 (682 Votes)
Asin : 0136135854
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 552 Pages
Publish Date : 2013-08-15
Language : English

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From the Back Cover Using a non-technical approach, this book covers the full range of statistics topics-from descriptive statistical techniques to tests of significance and measures of association for two- and" k"- variable combinations for different measurement levels, multiple regression and multivariate analysis, collinearity, ordinary least squares regression, part and partial correlation, error, parsimony, and robustness. This edition devotes a full chapter to SPSS, includes interpretive statistical tables with explanatory headnotes and footnotes

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CHAMPION is Professor and Chair of the Department of Criminal Justice at Minot State University and the author of five previous books including Felony Probation (Praeger, 1988). DEAN J.

This edition devotes a full chapter to SPSS, includes interpretive statistical tables with explanatory headnotes and footnotes, and offers step-by-step formulae to heighten the meaningfulness of statistics for criminal justice and social science majors.. Using a non-technical approach, this book covers the full range of statistics topics–from descriptive statistical techniques to tests of significance and measures of association for two-  and k- variable combinations for different measurement levels, multiple re

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