B. Male C. Female D. Nuŵďer of seǆ partŶers ;ďeĐause respoŶdeŶt’s seǆ supposedlǇ deterŵiŶes [͞Đauses͟] Ŷuŵďer of sex partners) (Commit Sociology, V. 2, p. 334, p. 350) Number of Sex Partners by RespoŶdeŶt’s “eǆ, Married People ;iŶ %ͿMale Female 0 or 1 95% 99% More than 1 05% 01% Total 100% 100% n 499 534 2.What is the control variable?
3.Is the association between sex and number of sex partners spurious? A. Yes B. No C. CaŶ’t tell froŵ these dataD. Partly (because the percentage difference is reduced from 11 to 4 but does not fall to 0) (Commit Sociology, V. 2, p. 330) CULTURE
1.One of your professors constantly uses the term mankind in place of the term humankind, why could this be a problem?