MKF 2121 MINI TASK 8 Yingchao Han 28585070 Use the cross-tab/chi square test to address the following RQ with the Australian Made data: “ Is there an association between people’s level of national pride and their self- perceived diligence (i.e., not being lazy)? ” Note that because the two variables are metric, you need to first recode them into categorical variables Specifically, perform the following procedures in SPSS. Report and interpret your findings. a. Recode the national pride variable (q2.5_2 in the dataset) into a new binary categorical variable (dummy variable). The categories are: “0” = “1 - 3”; “1” = “4,5” Do the same for the diligence (q41_3 in the dataset). Again, the categories are: “0” = “1 - 3”; “1” = “4,5” Produce the frequency distribution for both the original metric variables and the newly created categorical variables. And check whether the recoding has been done correctly. On average, I see myself as someone who... - Is not lazy Frequency Percent Valid Percent Cumulative Percent
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