Throughout the class, you created a research study based on publicly available data from the general social survey (gss).

Throughout the class, you created a research study based on publicly available data from the General Social Survey (GSS). You chose data which were representative of your interests and satisfied your research question and hypotheses. The Final Project: Guide to Completing the Research Study is where you pull together the research you’ve been working on… Continue reading Throughout the class, you created a research study based on publicly available data from the general social survey (gss).

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Identify the two-tailed p value and explain your findings.

In Week 3, we used crosstabs to determine if a potential relationship between two variables is worth examining further. During Week 4, we studied tests of significance. In this week’s discussion, students will apply these tests of significance to their project variables. As we discussed previously, the level of measurement of our variables determine which… Continue reading Identify the two-tailed p value and explain your findings.

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Explain your outputs in no more than 5 sentences for each variable.

You will first open SPSS and then open the GSS dataset within SPSS. You are now going to create and post a frequency table, chart, and descriptives table (central tendency/dispersion) of each of your variables. Complete the following steps: 1. Post a brief explanation of your topic. Include your research question “Does the number of… Continue reading Explain your outputs in no more than 5 sentences for each variable.

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Describe what you are comparing.

Typically when researching a business or academic issue, you would ask a question about something and form a hypothesis. You would then collect the data and test it to see if the null hypothesis (no difference) is supported or refuted. Then you would present the findings. For the purposes of this exam we are revising… Continue reading Describe what you are comparing.

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Describe what you are comparing.

Typically when researching a business or academic issue, you would ask a question about something and form a hypothesis. You would then collect the data and test it to see if the null hypothesis (no difference) is supported or refuted. Then you would present the findings. For the purposes of this exam we are revising… Continue reading Describe what you are comparing.

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Write a 4–5-page report (including a cover page and a source list page) to national’s client that contains the results of the completed tasks along with a discussion of the statistics and graphs.

You are a supervisor at Regional Call Center’s Washington, DC, facility. Regional provides contract call center services for a number of companies, including banks and major retail companies. You have been with the company for slightly more than seven years, having joined Regional right after graduating with a master’s degree in business administration from Strayer… Continue reading Write a 4–5-page report (including a cover page and a source list page) to national’s client that contains the results of the completed tasks along with a discussion of the statistics and graphs.

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