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Unformatted text preview: Advanced Quantitative Research Methodology, Lecture Notes: Introduction 1 Gary King http://GKing.Harvard.Edu January 25, 2010 1 c Copyright 2010 Gary King, All Rights Reserved. Gary King (Harvard) The Basics January 25, 2010 1 / 63 Who Takes This Course? Gary King (Harvard) The Basics 2 / 63 Who Takes This Course? Anyone who wants to learn how to do empirical research in depth. Gary King (Harvard) The Basics 2 / 63 Who Takes This Course? Anyone who wants to learn how to do empirical research in depth. Perspective: use abstract statistical theory when useful, and always traverse from theoretical foundations to practical applications. Gary King (Harvard) The Basics 2 / 63 Who Takes This Course? Anyone who wants to learn how to do empirical research in depth. Perspective: use abstract statistical theory when useful, and always traverse from theoretical foundations to practical applications. Course is the 2nd in the Gov Dept methods sequence (Gov2001). Gary King (Harvard) The Basics 2 / 63 Who Takes This Course? Anyone who wants to learn how to do empirical research in depth. Perspective: use abstract statistical theory when useful, and always traverse from theoretical foundations to practical applications. Course is the 2nd in the Gov Dept methods sequence (Gov2001). (Not required, but most who do empirical work take it.) Gary King (Harvard) The Basics 2 / 63 Who Takes This Course? Anyone who wants to learn how to do empirical research in depth. Perspective: use abstract statistical theory when useful, and always traverse from theoretical foundations to practical applications. Course is the 2nd in the Gov Dept methods sequence (Gov2001). (Not required, but most who do empirical work take it.) Grad students from other departments and schools (Gov2001), undergrads (Gov1002), visitors, faculty, and others (E-2001). Gary King (Harvard) The Basics 2 / 63 Who Takes This Course? Anyone who wants to learn how to do empirical research in depth. Perspective: use abstract statistical theory when useful, and always traverse from theoretical foundations to practical applications. Course is the 2nd in the Gov Dept methods sequence (Gov2001). (Not required, but most who do empirical work take it.) Grad students from other departments and schools (Gov2001), undergrads (Gov1002), visitors, faculty, and others (E-2001). Previous courses resemble boot camp ; this course will take plenty of time, but it is all about research Gary King (Harvard) The Basics 2 / 63 Who Takes This Course? Anyone who wants to learn how to do empirical research in depth. Perspective: use abstract statistical theory when useful, and always traverse from theoretical foundations to practical applications....
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