Introduction to quantitative political science

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Sommaire d'Introduction to quantitative political science

I. NUMBERS AND DESCRIPTIONS.

1. Why Numbers?
2. Descriptive Statistics for Single Variables.
3. The Comparative Method and Political Science.
4. Descriptive Statistics for Relationships Between Variables.

II. PROBABILITIES AND INFERENCES.

5. Introduction to Statistical Inference.
6. Inferential Statistics for Single Variables.
7. Inferential Statistics for Relationships Between Variables.

III. MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS.

8. Introduction to Research Design.
9. Introduction to Multivariate Statistics.
10. Data-Generation Techniques and Alternate Research Designs.
Appendix A: An Equity Analysis of Pennsylvania's Basic Instruction Subsidy Program, 1977-80.
Appendix B: The Star-Ledger/Eagleton Poll.
Appendix C: Home Style: Allocation of Resources.
Appendix D: Turnout and the Two-Party Vote.
Appendix E: Conflict with Supreme Court Precedent and the Granting of Plenary Review.
Appendix F: McClesky v. Kemp: Background, Record, and Adjudications.
Appendix G: State Population and the Electoral Success of U.S. Senators.
Appendix H: Eagleton Poll 77 (SL/EP27)/Lou Harris Poll/Abortion and Public Opinion in the United States.
Appendix I: Evaluating the Impact of International Organizations.
Appendix J: The Ideal Candidate: A Study of the Desired Attributes of the Public and the Media Across Two Presidential Campaigns.