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    Michael E. Sobel,Mark P. Becker
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Series: Sociological Methodology (Book 29).

ISBN-13: 978-0631217893. Sociological Methodology 1999 is a valuable aid to the understanding and application of methodologies in the social sciences. All can be used to strengthen sociological and other types of social science reasoning. Series: Sociological Methodology (Book 29).

Sociological methodology 13, 290-312, 1982. Some new results on indirect effects and their standard errors in covariance structure models. Sociological methodology 16, 159-186, 1986. Direct and indirect effects in linear structural equation models.

Sociologists routinely employ regression analysis and a variety of related statistical models to draw causal inferences from survey data

Although the literature on occupational mobility distinguishes between structural and circulation (or exchange) mobility, previous methods for simultaneously considering these are inadequate. Sociologists routinely employ regression analysis and a variety of related statistical models to draw causal inferences from survey data. Typically, the parameters of the models are interpreted as effects that indicate the change in a dependent variable that would occur if one or more independent variables were set to values other than the values actually taken.

This volume of Sociological Methodology touches on both long–standing and more recent themes in social statistics

This volume of Sociological Methodology touches on both long–standing and more recent themes in social statistics. Turning to the future, he discusses the limitations of some current work and outlines developments important for the field in the coming years, such as social networks, the analysis of longitudinal network data, spatial statistics, and social interactions.

Sociological Methodology, Volume 29, 1999. by STROUP, SOBEL, GWARTNEY. Learn More at LibraryThing. ISBN 9780631217893 (978-0-631-21789-3) Hardcover, Wiley-Blackwell, 1999. Find signed collectible books: 'Sociological Methodology, Volume 29, 1999'.

It is a compendium of new and sometimes controversial advances in social science methodology

It is a compendium of new and sometimes controversial advances in social science methodology. Contributions come from diverse areas and have something new and useful-and sometimes surprising-to say about a wide range of methodological topics

Professor Michael E. Sobel, 2017. 1998 Sobel, M. M. P. Becker and S. Minick. New Delhi: Ajanta Books, International. 1992 Sobel, M. and G. Arminger.

Professor Michael E. Origins, Destinations, and Association in Occupation Mobility. E. Causal Inference in Structural Equation Models of the Process of Socioeconomic Achievement: A Case Study.

Cambridge, MA: Basil Blackwell. Faust, Katherine 1997 Centrality in affiliation networks. Lave, Jean, Olivia de la Rocha, Katherine Faust, Michael Murtaugh and Michael Migalski 1982 The Mature Practice of Arithmetic Problem Solving in the Daily Lives of Americans. Final report No. NIE-G-78-0194, University of California, School of Social Sciences.

Michael Edward Sobel is an American statistician who is a professor in the Department of Statistics at Columbia University. He is known for developing the Sobel test, a statistical test that is used to detect the presence of mediation between two variables by a third variable. Michael E. Sobel publications indexed by Google Scholar.

This annual volume, sponsored by the American Sociological Association, focuses on methods of research in the social sciences.