This Book Is Divided Into Three Parts Part 1 Provides A General Background For What Follows It Includes Both A Discussion Of The Substantive Importance Of Dynamic Analyses Is Sociology And A Review Of Models And Methods Previously Used By Sociologists Interested In The Empirical Study Of Social Dynamics Part 2 Contains Eight Chapters On Models And Methods For Analyzing Change In Qualitative Outcomes It Concentrates Mainly On Methods Based On Analyses Of Event History Data Part 3 Contains Six Chapters On Comparable Models And Methods For Analyzing Change In Quantitative Outcomes It Focuses Primarily On Methods Based On Analysis Of Panel Data. Purchased this as a textbook in graduate school and have used it ever since It s dog eared, highlighted and the binder is coming off I ve loaned it out and demanded it back It s a fantastic reference for survey work highly recommended.
- 755 pages
- Handbook of Survey Research (Quantitative Studies in Social Relations)
- Peter H. Rossi
- 22 July 2017 Peter H. Rossi